Last week, I wrote about the scary statistics of underemployment and unemployment for recent graduates. This week, I’m telling you to disregard that data. Yes, disregard all of that depressing statistical garbage you’ve been reading. While you should realize that some jobs don’t have high job placement rates (or high salaries), at the end of [ Read More ]
As if we didn’t have enough to worry about, a depressing statistic hit the news wires this week, claiming that 1 in every 2 recent college graduates are unemployed. Almost every single news outlet — here are some articles from The Atlantic, TIME, The Associated Press and NPR, to name a few — picked up [ Read More ]
In this day and age, just graduating college is no longer a guarantee you will find a job in your career of choice. Although I’m sure you hear this all the time from your parents, advisers and professors, finding an internship (or two or three) is vastly important to help you get a jump start [ Read More ]
It’s rough to land that first job after graduation. It’s a scary rite of passage that lights fear in the eyes of even the most well-prepared students. Luckily, unlike past generations, we’ve got the Internet to help us in our job search. While the Internet is a great resource, do not make it your primary [ Read More ]
Are you an upperclassman in college? Thinking about your future? Getting ready to snag some internships? Here’s a crash course in how to prepare yourself for the world of interning.
As the first month of 2012 comes to a close some of our best intentions to keep our resolutions alive may be over too. As the year keeps going, so should we. Here are some tips to keep up your resolutions and goals!
Whether you’re a journalism student or a nursing student having the skill to write proficiently and clearly is something you will need in any career you choose.
Classes, homework, friends, family, work, extra-curriculars, sports, parties, significant other. College is tough, college relationships are even tougher. Do you have the time to give to your relationship?
No one likes being a broke college student, but thankfully there are ways other than selling Adderall to put some cash in your pocket. Work Study Work-study jobs are a great way to earn yourself some extra cash without even leaving your campus. Not everyone is eligible for work-study, but if you speak to someone [ Read More ]
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