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Posted April 29, 2015 by

How important is time management for students?

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Boris Dzhingarov

We all know the college carefree life when every adult problem seems so distant and far way that we don’t even care about it. A student’s life is all about discovering and experimenting and finally realizing what makes you happy (if you are lucky). So, is it important to think about life, serious issues, job skills and other “serious” stuff during the college years or should you try to have the best time of your life and leave all these things after your graduate? (more…)

Posted August 04, 2014 by

Herbal Medicine School And Career Opportunities

Male herbalist doctor weighing Chinese medicinal herbs

Male herbalist doctor weighing Chinese medicinal herbs. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Do you know what exactly Herbal Medicine is meant for? It aims to bring back the body to a state of natural balance, in order that it can start healing itself. It’s the study of holistic and herbal remedies, which helps to treat illness and ailments. While the couse acquaints students to herbal medicine  and its uses as an alternative type of medicine. Herbal Medicine or call it as ‘Alternative medicine’ has become an up-and-coming field, which offers many professional opportunities. (more…)

Posted July 22, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Don’t Worry About Having Top Corner Office Jobs Now. Plan that for the Future

Recent college graduates should not focus on getting the top corner office jobs right away.  However, that does not mean they can’t start planning to do so now for the future.  Learn more in the following post.

Though you know you one day want a C-suite title, you realize it’ll take some time to get there. No one puts the recent grad or entry-level associate in the corner office off the bat. So should you hang back and wait awhile before stepping up? Of course not! You should chart your path to

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Posted June 27, 2014 by

Caffeine side effects: Does caffeine affect test scores?

 

The average person consumes caffeine on a daily basis. We wake up, we brew our cup of Joe and use the caffeine to propel us throughout our day. But for students, what caffeine side effects matter? Surprisingly, studies have shown that coffee consumption in college students may have an effect on test scores.

The Nutrition Journal in 2007 published a study in which 51% of 496 college students who regularly consumed coffee to help them with test preparation. Some Psychopharmacologists have concluded that this inevitably gave the students an advantage. Additionally three studies published by John Wiley and Sons in Human Psychopharmacology “put caffeine as an advantage”. (more…)

Posted May 23, 2014 by

Would You Like to Work from Home?

While most employees probably don’t get the chance to work from home, that does not mean they wouldn’t like the opportunity to do so.  Who wouldn’t appreciate the flexibility and convenience of telecommuting?  Well, not everyone is intrigued by it.  In the following infographic, learn more about working from home, including who likes and does not like this idea. (more…)

Posted December 30, 2013 by

Young Professionals, About to Start Entry Level Jobs? 7 Tips to Get Off to a Good Start in the First Week

Young professionals who want to get off to a good start during the first week on their entry level jobs should consider seven tips found in the following post.

The hunt is over. Someone hand you a cocktail, because you’ve landed a job! Countless resume submissions and practice interview sessions have paid off, and you’re scheduled to start soon. The question is, when you step in the door of your new office, what can you do to make sure you stay off the job

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Posted September 12, 2013 by

College Freshmen, Avoid These 15 Financial Errors

College student holding money and books, upset by tuition cost and debt

College student holding money and books, upset by tuition cost and debt. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are a college freshman who wants to make the most of your financial situation, be sure to avoid the 15 mistakes mentioned by Kiplinger in the following post.

·         Spending without a budget—students might not have much experience tracking their spending, but their checking account balance could quickly hit $0 if they don’t take the time to find out where their money is going on a day-to-day basis.

·         Paying for a checking account—it’s become harder to find free checking accounts with no strings attached, but many banks offer free student accounts with no minimum balance. (more…)

Posted May 31, 2013 by

Can Nontraditional Cover Letters Land Entry Level Jobs?

For college graduates applying for entry level jobs, nontraditional cover letters could help them find employment.  Learn more in the following post.

Everyone knows you need to submit a great cover letter with your job application.* But you might not know that that great cover letter doesn’t have to be written in “business block” form. You don’t even have to use Microsoft’s “Clippy.” A nontraditional cover letter can take

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