When young college graduates decide where to move, they are not just looking at the usual suspects, like New York, Washington and San Francisco. Recent research from think tank City Observatory, which studies various trends on urbanShow More Summary
To a college grad, student loans are thing of the past, present and future. Some students will graduate with anywhere from 1-16 different loans and keeping tabs on every loan and their due dates can be difficult. There are ways to make managing those monthly payments easier, such as refinancing and consolidating your student loans. Show More Summary
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From the adjusted Iowa caucus entrance polls: Clinton Sanders Total 49.9 49.6 Higher Income Counties 49.9 49.6 Lower Income Counties 49.7 49.6 College Grad 48 48 High School or less 58 39 Democrat 56 39 Independent 26 69 Men 44 50 Women 53 42 Married...Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Education is being flooded with requests to wave college debt -- the grounds? Fraud
Why recent college graduates and new MBAs are foregoing finance and big companies for startups and entrepreneurship.
I bought my first new bass boat back in 2000. It was fiberglass 19-footer with a 175HP engine. If I recall, it cost me about $23K, which was the most I could afford as a recent college grad. Today, the same boat in the 2015 model sells for about double that price. Show More Summary
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A lot of prominent websites recently reported on a survey that revealed a crisis in civic education.The headlines were all variations on this: "10% of college graduates believe Judge Judy is on the Supreme Court!"That's disturbing... but it's not exactly true.
Whoever said your adolescence would be the hardest and most uncertain years of your life was so wrong. I never felt more unsure of myself than I did in my early 20s. As a recent college grad, I was starting to figure out this adult life...Show More Summary
Judge Judy Sheindlin is a Supreme Court Justice according to 10% of recent college graduates in a poll conducted by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. Time reports that those polled may have been thrown off by the researchers use of Judge Judy’s actual given name of Judith Sheindlin, but still, the fact that... Show More Summary
According to a new report from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, one in 10 college graduates think Judge Judy is on the Supreme Court. Roughly the same percentage thinks the Supreme Court is just a regular court with sourShow More Summary
A new poll of college graduates found that 10% think that Judge Judy is a member of the Supreme Court of the Unites States.
Of all the judges in the world, she is certainly among the most known household names, despite the fact she generally solves non-complex issues in a simulated courtroom setting. Still, this is wild. Click To Continue Reading
Judith Sheindlin, a television entertainer and former family court judge, is believed to be a member of the Supreme Court of the United States of America by ten percent of college graduates. The poll, conducted by the American Council...Show More Summary
According to a recent study involving 1000 Americans, 10 percent of college graduates — and 13 percent of Americans overall — think that Judge Judy is a Supreme Court Justice. Respondents were asked, "Which of the following people serves on the U.S. Show More Summary
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Most of last year's college graduates left school with much more than a prized degree. The average college grad entered the workforce with more than $35,000 in student loan debt this year. That makes the class of 2015 the most indebted class in history. Show More Summary