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Posted January 28, 2014 by

The Basics of Filing for the First Time

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Yellow post it note about filing tax return. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

For college students and recent grads, filing taxes for the first time can feel overwhelming. Not only are you responsible for supporting yourself financially, but now you must report your wages to Uncle Sam. By law, you are required to disclose any earnings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and they then process the taxes you owe or are owed. But what if you’re a dependent? If this is the case then the rules differ slightly. Review the IRS regulations to determine the appropriate course of action. We’ve gathered some of the basics you’ll need to know if you’re filing for the first time. (more…)

Posted January 17, 2014 by

Internships That Will Help You Begin Your Career

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Green internship road sign with arrow pointing up. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

As John Challenger pointed out in a previous post, Job Seekers Increasingly Optimistic About Job Market, the available career prospects are really looking up. While people are convinced that new careers are just around the corner, we still have to face the fact that 36 percent of the people interviewed for the 2014 study mentioned in that post had been unemployed for at least a year. This means that, even though the job market is getting stronger, the competition for jobs is still going to be fierce. (more…)

Posted September 27, 2013 by

Have College Recruiters Suggested These 5 Ways to Pay for a Graduate School Education?

If you’re an undergraduate who wants to attend graduate school, it’s important to know your options to finance this type of education.  In case you ask and college recruiters don’t tell you, the following post has five ways you can pay for grad school.

Featured: Featured This is a guest post by Anna Hicks. Pursuing graduate school is a great idea if you want to advance your education and give yourself an edge in experience. However, someone has to pay for it, and you will have to be the one to find out how

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Posted September 24, 2013 by

5 Ways to Boost Your Ultrasound Technician Career

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Young male technician working with an ultrasound machine. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It’s important to have a successful career as an ultrasound technician. Many will measure your success by how much you are being paid. If you want to be a high paid ultrasound technician, you will have to master a lot of the key skills of an ultrasound technician. Boosting your career may be easier than you think – and there are 5 ways to help you. (more…)

Posted September 23, 2013 by

Internships – Who Benefits More, Intern or Company?

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Dentist working on patient, as intern looks on. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Lets start with the basics facts first. Fact, Internship helps.

It helps the students gain practical knowledge, real work experience and face the actual realities of the business world. Fact, the college education alone is just not enough, practical knowledge and experience is the key. Fact, there is a reason why the internships are part of the college curriculum most of the time.

It helps employers get fresh ideas, find a possible good worker at very low cost. Fact, it helps them know and train a future possible employee with minimal risk. Fact, it helps build their brand amongst youngsters. (more…)

Posted August 05, 2013 by

Choices in Higher Education: Which One Is For You?

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Sign with an arrow pointing in the direction of a college. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Congratulations, you’re going to college! Now what?

Higher education can be confusing when faced with a wide range of options such as different degrees, diploma programs and certifications. Should you spend two years in school? Or four? Maybe you should get a career diploma.  Wait, what’s a career diploma?

Once you discern the available program options offered at your college or university, you can embark on the journey to your dream job. (more…)