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Posted March 13, 2015 by

6 Reasons to Consider a Career in Special Education

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Special education word cloud on green background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Diagnoses of students with special needs are on the rise. Teachers are needed who are prepared to help students with autism, anxiety disorder, and other related conditions that the regular teacher may not be able to handle. A degree in special education is a meaningful choice for a life-long career for the following six reasons. (more…)

Posted July 30, 2014 by

Which Study Abroad Program is Right for You?

Glass globe on a book with study abroad in the background

Glass globe on a book with study abroad in the background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

For many people, college just wouldn’t be complete without a study abroad experience. But as exciting as it is to live in a foreign country, a well-chosen program will offer much more than the thrill of traveling and learning a new language — it’s an opportunity to develop skills that will translate well to your career and add real value to your degree.

When searching for the right program, your first stop should be the Study Abroad office at your school. The staff members are trained to guide you toward the programs that fit your college and career goals. In your discussions with the staff members, be flexible regarding location and length of program. Perhaps you had planned to spend a semester in France, but the best program for you is a summer in Eastern Europe. Studying abroad is about adventure, not vacation. Let yourself go where you need to go. (more…)

Posted July 29, 2014 by

Attention Millennials – This is Not Your Parents’ World

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Young relaxed successful businessman in the city. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Much has been said about the generation known as the “Millennials.”  Baby Boomers see them as lacking in commitment, reflective of instability in lifestyles, and not focused enough on career, family, and long-term goals.  Many even call them the “Lost Generation,” a reference perhaps to the “Lost Boys” of Peter Pan.  But take heart, you Millennials – this is not the world of your parents nor will it ever be again.  You are a generation that is coming into its own and adjusting to a very different global mindset.  As members of this generation, you have a much better handle on how your world will “work” during your lifetime and how best to navigate it.  Consider the following: (more…)

Posted July 22, 2014 by

4 Effective Tips On Getting an Entry Level Job After Study Abroad

Female student from Sicily in a city park in Germany

Female student from Sicily in a city park in Germany. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

We all look for a new career with foreign education and our journey starts with a job. A job after completing your degree from abroad is not only important to pay for all your educational loans but also to acquire a return on the investment that you have made on your studies.

If you are willing to get hired in an overseas location after completing your studies, you must know the fact that very few foreign schools provide their students with on-campus jobs. Therefore, when it comes to finding an entry level employment, you have to go through this hectic process all by yourself, but remember that finding and getting your desired job is not easy. (more…)

Posted July 14, 2014 by

College Graduates, Looking for Telecommuting Jobs? 5 Positions that Might Surprise You

Some college graduates may be searching for jobs where they can work from home.  In the following post, learn five telecommuting jobs that they might be surprised to know are available.

“While we have job listings in over 50 career categories, ranging from entry-level to executive, the most common industries that consistently have work-from-home jobs include medical and health, customer service, sales,…

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

Useful Tools for Online Learners

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

Online education has opened many doors to the future for people who aren’t able to pay a fortune to go to college, but want to proceed with their education and earn a degree that will enable them to work in the field of their interest.

The popularity of online learning is ever-increasing. Many college and university students complement their traditional education with online courses that aren’t offered at their school, but there are also students who decide to take the entire course load online. Whatever group you belong to, you have to find the right tools that will help you manage your time and learn more effectively. (more…)

Posted January 23, 2014 by

Don’t Think Gen Y Want Entry Level Jobs? What Critics Should Know About Them

If you’re one of the Millennials out there who works hard, you might find it insulting when people say that your generation doesn’t want to work.  It’s not that all of you don’t want entry level jobs, but sometimes that is the impression left in the minds of others.  In the following post, learn why critics of Gen Y should be more careful when speaking of this group.

Some of the most repeated knocks on GenY by the Millennial-bashing experts in media-land are that they’re selfie-posting, social-media-crazed underachievers. While there’s no solid defense for taking excessive selfies, spreading hateful rhetoric about a generation you don’t understand is about as useful and savvy as selling used

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Posted January 15, 2014 by

Becoming an Entrepreneur in 2014 as Your Entry Level Job? 3 Trends to Watch

If your entry level job search involves becoming an entrepreneur, the following post has three trends to watch in 2014.

Entrepreneurship trends are a lot like fashion trends. The boxy cropped jacket and tuxedo jogging trouser trends of 2014 are already on runways today. Likewise, next year’s most important entrepreneurship trends begin now. Here are three big trends you can expect to see affect entrepreneurs in 2014: 1. A new business will be

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Posted December 16, 2013 by

Key Skills to Develop For a Career in Banking and Finance

Saurabh Tyagi

Saurabh Tyagi

Banking and Finance, although two separate sectors have a lot of things in common, skills required being one of them. An individual looking for a career in any of these sectors should possess some innate qualities and skills for a successful existence. This post is all about the same.

As the economy is going towards a better phase, sectors that are directly experiencing the ameliorating effects of this improvement include banking and finance which is looking out to hire talented professionals provided they have the required skill set. Banking and finance, both sectors represent a similar line of professionals sharing similar ideals and skills, to a large extent. Here are some of the key qualities that recruiters look for while hiring. (more…)

Posted July 18, 2013 by

Jobs for College Students – Are You Considering an International Internship?

If you are a college student or recent graduate who has not found a job, exploring an internship abroad may be a good idea.  The following post offers reasons to consider these jobs for college students.

Featured: Not Featured Jenny was once an intern but then went on to launch a Telegraph International career after finding a position on their job board. Jen now shares her career tips as a freelance writer. Launching Your Career: Have You Considered an Internship Abroad? read more

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