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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 23, 2013 by

25 Odd Jobs that Make Good Money

Are you currently unemployed or looking to make some extra money?  If so, the following infographic features 25 odd jobs that pay well. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2013 by

Starting an Entry Level Job in a New Location? How to Overcome Feeling Lonely

It’s one thing to begin a new entry level job, but how about starting one in a new place without knowing anyone.  If you are in this position, the following post has advice to overcome feeling lonely.

To the class of 2013, congratulations! Many of you will now embark on your next adventure: a new job in a new city. A fresh start is always exciting. Not only do you get to spread your wings; you also get to do what you’ve wanted to do professionally for years. There’s just one holdup

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

Just Graduated from College? 5 Expenses to be Wary of as Grads Land Entry Level Jobs

Money can be tight as a recent college graduate, and you want to watch how you spend it.  The following post shares five expenses grads should be wary of as they land entry level jobs.

Featured: Featured I’ve been talking with a lot of recently graduated students about budgeting and what financial traps recent grads should watch out for. Here are 5 things that I spent TOO MUCH money on when I had my first real job: 1. Food. You are working several hours and have no time for yourself.

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Jobs for College Students – Gift Giving for the Fourth of July During Your Internship

As jobs for college students, internships provide an opportunity to make a good impression.  If you have a summer internship, giving gifts for the Fourth of July might help your cause.  Learn more in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured An important part of professional etiquette is knowing when to give your coworkers gifts. In internships, most students focus on making the best impression possible toward their business associates. Giving a thoughtful Fourth of July gifts Fourth of July gifts to your department can be a nice

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Summertime Gifts for Professionals: 4th of July

Posted May 03, 2013 by

Can LinkedIn Connect You to that Entry Level Job?

The following post shares ways to enhance your LinkedIn profile to help you land that entry level job.

For many college students and young professionals the world of LinkedIn is a mystery. The most common description is, “Oh, it’s like Facebook for the business world”. Although that may be true LinkedIn has so much more to offer in the realm of networking and job searches than Facebook ever did. read more

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