5 SMARTT TIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS Getting the right job when you’re done with college starts during college. You’re competing against your college grads for those jobs! How do you secure the job you want and beat the competition? Show More Summary
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Survey finds college grads less satisfied with value of their education.
Only 50 percent of alums strongly agreed that their degree was worth the cost, and far fewer younger grads say so
The Bricks 4 Kidz franchise offers Lego-brick building activities designed by engineers and architects in after-school classes, preschool classes, summer camps and birthday parties.
Q. If I study in the United States for a master’s degree, can I work there after graduation?
Recent college grads are often inundated with advice. Most is fairly useless — but some (if you're lucky) is life-changing. In a recent interview with Greg Schott, CEO of software company MuleSoft, the New York Times' Adam Bryant asked:...Show More Summary
Every professional, from a new college grad to a CEO, can benefit from having mentors. No matter what field you're in, good mentors can help you learn new skills, meet new people and approach challenges from different perspectives. In...Show More Summary
Most people can say without hesitation that the college years were some of the best of their lives. That said, while we had a blast making new friends, presenting our thesis papers, and partying our weekends away, those four years weren't the easiest on our skin. Show More Summary
Faced with plummeting poll and favorability ratings (plus the FBI seizing her server), Hillary Clinton's campaign is trying out a hip new way to...
Recent female college grads earn almost as much as their male colleagues, but not for long
When Andrea Bredau, managing director of talent at Huge, and her team bring in job candidates, she tells them not to wear suits. Take note, newly minted college grads winding down your summer vacations and looking to get a job in digital: You may need some cool, casual gear just to get in the door. Show More Summary
Starting a new career after college is exciting! But big mistakes, like taking on too much debt, can get in the way of lifelong career success. The post The 5 Biggest Mistakes New College Grads Make When They Start Working appeared first on Brazen Life.
While a college education theoretically prepares one for life in the real world, the reality is often quite different. Here are a few misconceptions that recent college grads may have picked up during their academic tenure. _________________________________ Guest Post by Christine Occhino on Sonicbids.com If you're fortunate enough to have...
Wall Street Journal, They’re Back! How to Cope With Returned College Grads, by Rob LaZebnik (Writer, The Simpsons): Congratulations. Two months ago, your kid graduated from college, bravely finishing his degree rather than dropping out to make millions on his idea for a dating app for people who throw up...
Police say the suspect, who has a criminal history, may have been hired as a handyman to work in the victim's apartment
Authorities say the 27-year-old woman appeared to have been beaten and strangled
Marketing your career is crucial. However, not all careers are created equal. Some careers may be in high demand, but others offer more rewards. It pays to shop around. To help newly minted graduates identify their best bets for rewarding employment, the University of California, San Diego Extension this month released [...]
Bay Area kids: stay in school, at least if you ever hope to own a home here. According to a new Trulia study, it will take the average Bay Area college grad approximately 29 years to save 20% down for a typically priced home. For those prospective buyers with no degree, forget it. By this
The 24-year-old recent college grad was killed aboard a Metro train in D.C.; an 18-year-old is charged in the crime