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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Are You Studying Abroad? How to Become an Internship Finder

For students who are studying internationally and thinking about getting an internship, the following post has advice to help them decide if they should and tips to become an internship finder.

Featured: Not Featured Several of you are going to amazing places like Florence or Madrid or London – or even Tokyo to study abroad this spring! I’m so happy for all of you and excited for the adventures soon to follow. My biggest regret about my undergrad experience is that I didn’t go abroad


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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Young Professionals with Recent Graduate Jobs Should Be Respected Equally in the Workplace

It’s hard enough for some young professionals with recent graduate jobs to get adjusted to the workplace itself, but then also being treated like less than their more senior colleagues. In the following post, learn how these workers can earn respect at work.

I once went on a job interview and overall, it was a great experience. The people were friendly and made me feel comfortable…something a bit rare for an interview. I was actually having a good time. Until I wasn’t. I was totally bothered by something that one of the men


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Posted July 30, 2013 by

Can’t Find an Entry Level Job or Paid Internship at the Moment? What About an Unpaid Internship?

If you have recently graduated from high school or college and are struggling to find an entry level job or paid internship, think about taking an unpaid internship.  The following post shares some thoughts on these opportunities.

Featured: Featured One of our Twitter followers, @BrokeMillennial , wrote this article on unpaid internships and “working for free” and asked for my thoughts on the subject. This prompted me to share a few thoughts on unpaid internships: read more

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A Few Thoughts On Unpaid Internships