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Posted June 16, 2015 by

You Should Read This First If You Are Thinking Of a Career in the Law Industry

Legal gavel on a law book

Legal gavel on a law book. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It’s more than useful

With how things are going, perhaps every one of us should have some kind of legal training as a life skill like reading, writing and driving. However, that’s just to say that regardless if you end up in a career within the law industry or elsewhere, it is good thing to get an education in law at whatever level.

The question though is, why do you want a legal career? In addition, which career do you want in the industry? Let’s talk about that shall we? (more…)

Posted October 20, 2014 by

College to Real World: 4 Upgrades for Your New Life

Young man moving into new home, sitting on couch

Young man moving into new home, sitting on couch. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

You’re braving a new world—a world far different from dorm-living, lecture halls, and pre-paid meal plans. It’s called the real world and you’re not alone. More than 67 percent of college grads ages 18 to 34 are living on their own, according to a 2014 Gallup study. If you’re looking to furnish your new home and upgrade the old with new, consider these four must-haves for starting a life out on your own. (more…)

Posted February 04, 2014 by

7 Things You Can Expect to Share With Your Roommates

Two roommates playing video games, while their roommate is cleaning

Two roommates playing video games, while their roommate is cleaning. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Dorm life is the epitome of community living. You share a bedroom, a bathroom, and quite possibly a lot of other things with a roommate or a group of people. Because college is expensive—most students can expect to graduate with a loan balance of nearly $30,000—it makes sense to share costs whenever possible. Here are seven things you can share with your roommate in order to save money. (more…)