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Posted July 10, 2014 by

College Graduates, Don’t Like Your Current Jobs? 3 Ways to Make Them More Pleasant

There are probably some college graduates who don’t like their jobs.  However,  the following post shares three ways to help grads make their jobs a little more pleasant.

When you’re having a bad day at work, it’s easy to fantasize about an entirely different career solving all your problems. While a new job or environment could be a better fit, focusing only on your external circumstance negates the impact of one important factor: You. Your habits and attitudes

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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 May 14, 2014 by

Entrepreneurship: Is Franchising Right for You?

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The word franchising in gold with black background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Whether you are in the process of graduating, or still have a ways to go; there is no doubt you are thinking about your job prospects. You may be searching for entry-level jobs in your chosen field, or you could be in the midst of a promising internship. Another option is to start your own business using the skills and experience that you have gained in your years of study.

Starting a business could seem like a daunting task, especially in a tough market. However, buying a franchise could give you an advantage over your competition. (more…)

Posted December 02, 2013 by

Leaving Recent Graduate Jobs to Go Out on Your Own? The Steps You Should Take

At some point, young professionals may want to leave their recent graduate jobs, and go out on their own to become entrepreneurs.  Before making this change, there are some steps these workers should take according to the following post.

How do you confidently make the leap from corporate employee to entrepreneur or consultant? If you want to make it on your own, there are three important steps many successful entrepreneurs take before they head out. While some folks get lucky or find a way to make it work without much

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Posted September 27, 2013 by

Not Quite Ready to Find an Entry Level Job? 5 Reasons Why Graduate School May Be a Good Option

While many recent college graduates may be ready to tackle the entry level job market, some grads might feel they need a little more time.  If you’re one of them, the following post shares five reasons why going to graduate school may be a good option for you.

Featured: Featured We’ve been talking a lot about grad school lately. Once again, I turned to our Intern Queen Ambassador Alumni, Laura Monroe, to ask her about her experiences. I asked her how/why she knew grad school was right for her. This is what she had to say: read

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