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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 August 23, 2013 by

Does Welfare Pay More than an Entry Level Job?

I am not sure if this could be true, but the following post suggests that welfare pays more than an entry level job.

America was a classless society. But fundamentally transformed America has three classes: (1) the ruling elite that runs the government/media; (2) the dependency class bred by the elite to keep it in power; and (3) the suckers…

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Landed an Entry Level Job, but Dealing with Federal Student Loan Debt? Tips to Handle the Burden

Are you stressing out about how to pay back all of those federal student loans?  If so, relax and look on the bright side, at least you have landed an entry level job to begin paying off this debt.  The following post has tips to help college graduates deal with their federal student loans.

Each year, millions of students walk out of the classroom, get a job and realize there’s no earthly way they can make their student loan payments and cover the rent. A quick call to the student loan servicer results in a forbearance. But forbearance means your balance will keep going up while you get a breather. Once that ends

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Posted December 20, 2012 by

Which Student Loan Repayment Plan Should You Choose?

CollegeRecruiter.comWhat is the best plan for you to pay back your student loans?  Check out the following post to learn more about various payment options.

Student loan repayment season is nearing, and recent college graduates may be trying to understand the different types of repayment plans, and which ones may be best for them.  Let’s explore what repayment plans exist for federal student loans, and how they differ.

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Which Student Loan Repayment Plan Should You Choose?