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    Should Rich Kids Pay Full Price for College?

    Should Rich Kids Pay Full Price for College?
    William G. Tierney is the director of USC's Center for the Study of Higher Education. He's also the mentor of a high-achieving high school senior from a dismal L.A.-area school whose parents don't have anywhere close to the amount of money needed to send him to one of the University of California schools that would likely admit him. (And this, by ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Resources to Help You Get Hired

    Resources to Help You Get Hired
    Getting an interview is the easy part - getting hired is more difficult. MonsterCollege has resources to help you prepare for interviews, impress your interviewer and, ultimately, get hired. Interview Prep, Tips & Advice • How to Answer 13 of the Most Common Interview Questions • Practice Interview Questions • 5 Interview Questions for Your Interviewer • Interview Questions You Can ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rate This
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    Job Search Tools & Advice

    Job Search Tools & Advice
    If you're looking for advice or tools to help with your job search, you've come to the right place. MonsterCollege can help you in your job search from start to finish. Fine tune your job search with MonsterCollege's resources that can help you find the perfect job. Resources to Help with Your Job Search • Gaining Control Over Your Job Search ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rate This
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    Monster Success Stories!

    Monster Success Stories!
    People are finding jobs on Monster.com every day, despite a challenging job market. It helps to have the right tools, a little know-how and some encouraging stories. That’s where YOU come in. Monster Success Stories is an opportunity to celebrate your successes and share helpful tips for expanding your career using Monster. Think of it as a way to take your ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    The State of the Workforce for Grads

    The State of the Workforce for Grads
    MAY 2011-- According to the U.S. Department of Education, about 1.7 million students will graduate with bachelor's degrees in 2011 this spring. And while the job landscape is looking better than previous years, it will be no cake walk for the grads. Those who find jobs will be better off in the long run than those who don’t—research indicates that those ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Jobless Numbers Largely Unchanged from Last Month

    Jobless Numbers Largely Unchanged from Last Month
    APRIL 2011-- The nation’s unemployment rate was largely unchanged from February’s 8.9% , reported in March. And, new applications for unemployment benefits fell by 10,000 in the last week of March to 382,000, the U.S. Labor Department reported. However, a story in the Huffington Post this week calls attention to the “real unemployment rate”, which includes people who have been on ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Asian Academia

    Asian Academia
    You work hard for your grades and accomplishments. But, imagine a world where your accomplishments aren't attributed to you, or your hard work, but to your race. Unfortunately, this is the world Asian-Americans are finding themselves in all too often when it comes to the education sector. [gate] Affirmative action, and laws in the like, are supposed to protect and help ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +16
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    Are College Professors Intruding on Students' Facebook Accounts?

    Are College Professors Intruding on Students' Facebook Accounts?
    Nov. 2--College professors who want their students to be engaged and informed are turning to social networking sites to stay connected. "I find it's easier for me to distribute the information where they are. And where they are is Facebook," said Rebecca Wood, a political science professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Wood is UNLV's prelaw adviser and counsels ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Cover Letter Quick Tips

    Cover Letter Quick Tips
    Creating a cover letter doesn't have to be difficult – or time consuming. Jazz up yours with some quick tweaks with little to no time or effort! Remember, your cover letter isn't meant to repeat your resume but, rather to compliment it by supplementing it with examples, highlights and illustrations. Here are some helpful tips that anyone can utilize in creating ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rated: +30
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    Get the Tools to Ace any Job Interview

    Get the Tools to Ace any Job Interview
    Whether you have an iPhone, a Droid, or an iPad, Monster has you covered. Now you can get access to Monster no matter where you are. Monster Job Search: Search for jobs anytime—anywhere • Search and apply for jobs in seconds • Save your job searches and get jobs emailed to you • Easy access to your Monster account Monster Interviews: ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Are Social Networks Making Students More Narcissistic?

    Are Social Networks Making Students More Narcissistic?
    College students say social networking makes them more narcissistic, a national survey reports today — and they also believe their generation is the most narcissistic of all. [widget:becoming_a_community_10_step_guide] That's what a majority of 1,068 college students said when asked about narcissism in a poll on social networking sites in June by Ypulse. More than half (57%) said their peers used social ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Career Success Tools

    Career Success Tools
    Once you obtain a job, you want to ensure you make it count. Whether its your first job or not, it's helpful to navigate workplace life in order to achieve career success. Follow MonsterCollege's tips and advice on paving your way to a successful career. Career Success Tools • 10 Things You Should Never Say at Work • Dressing for Success ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rate This
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    Sleep and the Student

    Sleep and the Student
    You need a 4.0 on your exam, which you have to stay up all night studying for, just in case you missed something in the review. That’s understandable. Then, it’s Amy’s birthday so you have to go out– it’d be rude not to. Plus, you have a quiz, a paper due and that date you've been anxious about. No worries, you’ll ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Better Looking? Better Grades

    Better Looking? Better Grades
    Please don’t shoot the messenger – we don’t create the news, we just report it. In this particular case, the sensitive subject is one’s looks help in the success of a college career. A recent national study, released within a study, found that physically attractive high school students are more likely to complete college than those who are considered to have ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +14
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    University Campus Divided Over Concealed Weapons Ban

    University Campus Divided Over Concealed Weapons Ban
    Students and administrators at a Colorado university are at odds over a policy allowing students to legally carry concealed weapons on campus, officials say. Colorado State University campus police and administrators want a ban on weapons, but students are against such restrictions, The Denver Post reported Wednesday. [widget:resumeinterview_advice] State law allows those with permits to have a handgun on any part ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: -2
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    7 Colleges with Seriously Good Eats

    7 Colleges with Seriously Good Eats
    Most students don’t go to college for the campus food, but when your school is serving bad food day in and day out, it can start to have an effect on the entire experience. Think about it: for most students, the meal plan at their college is the only outlet they have for eating breakfast, lunch and dinner. When that fails ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +13
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    The Differences Between High School and College

    The Differences Between High School and College
    Everyone knows that the worlds of high school and college couldn't be further apart. But, what parallels can be drawn between the two? From childhood to adulthood, high school allows you to gain a sense of what it will be like to be an adult whereas college allows you to fully take ownership of your time, responsibilities and who you want ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +11
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    Timeline for Applying to Graduate School

    Timeline for Applying to Graduate School
    Senior Year of college – time to kick back, let loose and coast to graduation. Unless you plan to go to graduate school after college. In that case, you have quite a bit of work to do. Most of the grunt work in applying to graduate school occurs during the fall semester, but you should expect to be working on your ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +15
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    Is It Time to Move On From Your Current Job?

    Is It Time to Move On From Your Current Job?
    The day a recent graduate lands their first full-time job after college may be one of the best days in their lifetime. Finally, after years in college, and completing internships, the hard work pays off. After a while, however, the novelty of this new job begins to wear off. Soon the new employee finds him or herself having some of the ...
    Published about 4 years ago | Rated: +22
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    Roommates Learn Patience, Compromise

    Roommates Learn Patience, Compromise
    Aug. 18--TRAVERSE CITY -- Madeline Mesa is an outgoing Floridian who's used to sharing her space with her sister. Dakota Deeren is a shy-at-first Michiganian and an only child who's rarely had to share her space with anyone. Alike or not, the two strangers will become roommates when they arrive at Northwestern Michigan College next week for their freshman year. They'll ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +3