pledged full scholarships for online real estate broker licensing courses to a limited number of unemployed individuals. "Before the end of this year, RealEstateExpress plans to take 100 people from the roles of the unemployed and re-engage them as productive members of the work force," said chief technical officer David Goldstein. The scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first-served basis, so long as applicants can verify termination of previous employment, according to a spokesperson at the company. The scholarship recipients also must be located in a state where RealEstateExpress is authorized to administer its courses: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington. Financial blog discovered the promotion. "It seems that most established real estate professionals love their jobs and Real Estate Brokers are also one of the highest paying jobs without a college degree you can find out there," the blog said in a statement. ChristianPF offers financial planning advice, including faith-based financial principles, to get people's finances in order. Popular posts include "$8,000 housing tax credit explained," "What is an IRA?" and "How to make money blogging." Write to Diana Golobay.