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    College by Dr. Dre

    College by Dr. Dre
    What if you could get a degree in disruption? Now you can at the University of Southern California, thanks to Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young (aka Dr. Dre). The music moguls donated $70 million to LA-based USC to develop an undergraduate program, dubbed The Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. According to the ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +14
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    5 Life Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King

    5 Life Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King
    There is probably no other American figure that epitomizes the qualities of leadership and self-sacrifice in the face of overwhelming odds more than Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As we celebrate his life on the day set aside to honor him, let’s look back at some of the most important events in his life. From them, there are plenty of lessons ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +9
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    10 Career Options with Equal Pay for Women

    10 Career Options with Equal Pay for Women
    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women make an average of 81 cents to every dollar that a man makes. While women have been making less than men since they entered the workforce en masse in the 70s and 80s, the gender gap in pay has been steadily decreasing. But some career options have closed that gap to as ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +21
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    The Top 10 Richest Colleges

    The Top 10 Richest Colleges
    College tuition costs raise with the blink of an eye, but where does the money go? Do these institutions really need our hard-earned, loaned and borrowed cash? Maybe. We'll let you be the judge of that. According to a list of colleges with the largest financial endowments, compiled by U.S. News and World Report, these are the top ten richest colleges ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +12
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    Entrepreneurs: Rebellious Idea: Mix Value, Style at New Clothing Store

    Entrepreneurs: Rebellious Idea: Mix Value, Style at New Clothing Store
    Aug. 23--You've got to admire Kari Daigneau's timing. [widget:nasa_widget] Just as the economy was tanking, she was sinking her money into a clothing consignment store in Billings. The store specializes in brand names such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Lucky Brand, True Religion, Aeropostale, Polo and many others. [widget:3_quiz_list_widget] "People are being more cautious with their money," Daigneau said. "They realize they ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    College Degrees Drive Dollars: The Entry-Level Salary Chart

    College Degrees Drive Dollars: The Entry-Level Salary Chart
    A lot is made of the earnings gap between those who graduate from high school versus those who graduate from college. And for good reason: Over the course of a lifetime, projected income between the two groups ranges anywhere between $500,000 to more than $1 million. But even in a lackluster economy, the general consensus is that college graduates still fare ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    The Situation: Entry-Level Job Advice From the Jersey Shore

    Thought The Jersey Shore was just all tanning, fist pumps and hair gel? Think again! Turns out the kids from Joizy can teach us about more than just Ed Hardy, Italian flag ornamentation and extreme midriffs. Their “techniques” can get your resume noticed, rock an interview and even get you hired! Think we’re kidding? Get in the zone and check ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    From Baskin-Robbins to the White House: Job Tips from Our Founding Fathers

    Presidents were once lowly employees too... Think Presidents have it easy with all of their Cabinet and appointed staff to do things for them? Well, life wasn’t always so sweet. They had to work their way up the career ladder to the White House too! Here are some examples of jobs they had before the Oval Office and tips that ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    How Much Are You Worth? The Entry-Level Salary Conundrum

    How Much Are You Worth? The Entry-Level Salary Conundrum
    Any job searcher knows that one of the joys (make that “joys”) that goes along with finding and securing employment is figuring out how salary fits in. Does a job with better long-term potential balance out a low salary? If a position will require a lot of night and weekend work on top of nine-to-five days, will you take it only ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    5 Key Steps to a Cover Letter that Opens Doors

    5 Key Steps to a Cover Letter that Opens Doors
    So…you’ve created a knockout resume, and you’re ready to wow employers by sending it directly to them. Don’t forget to send it under cover—a powerful cover letter, that is. While a great resume can open doors, a compelling cover letter can be an equal (if not MORE) important part of your pitch for employment. In fact, some surveys of HR professionals ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +10
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    25 Gifts Under $25 for Your Coworkers

    25 Gifts Under $25 for Your Coworkers
    The holidays, when the weather gets cold, the malls get crowded, and you spend time with your family, friends and … coworkers? It's true, even though you have a whole lot of shopping ahead of you for your loved ones, gift-giving around the office is as popular as ever these days. When you take into account holiday parties and the whole ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    8 Money Saving Tips from the Great Depression

    8 Money Saving Tips from the Great Depression
    The economy is sour and we have yet to see signs of the recovery in our own lives, but there’s no need to hoard every penny you’ve got and live in fear. Why? We’ve been through bad times before. And we didn't just survive — we emerged even stronger and smarter than before. When? The Great Depression of the 1930s, for ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    The New Economy: Retrain Your Brain

    The New Economy: Retrain Your Brain
    As stars of the Old Economy go, Shu Kim and Khanh Pham sparkled. Working for a storied finance firm — Kim, 40, as in-house counsel and Pham, 33, as a real estate investment banker — the two women deployed classic analytical left-brain skills to keep a seemingly well-oiled machine humming. A machine called Lehman Brothers. Lehman is dead, but the two ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Law School Graduate Pays $114K Student Loan in Cash

    Law School Graduate Pays $114K Student Loan in Cash
    What would you give to pay off your student loan debt in one, sweeping payment? Better yet: what would you give to see the look on the bankers’ faces when you did so? Alex Kenjeev, a graduate student from the University of Toronto and venture capitalist for O’Leary Ventures, did just that, according to Business Insider. The former law student had ...
    Published over 5 years ago | Rated: +17
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    Where 50 Celebrities Went to College

    Where 50 Celebrities Went to College
    If you were rich and famous, would you still find value in a college education? These celebrities certainly do! James Franco, Ashley Judd and Natalie Portman are among the many celebrities who moonlight as brainiacs – offering beauty and brains. Sometimes, life just isn’t fair. In a star-obsessed society, with hopes in the form of articles like, “stars-they’re-just-like-us,” we rarely actually ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +18
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    Millenials: The Lazy Generation?

    Millenials: The Lazy Generation?
    A 2008 broadcast of 60 Minutes that was recently re-aired, says some damning things about you—or rather your generation—when it comes to work. They’ve labeled you as narcissistic, immature adolescents putting off adulthood. Workers who can’t take criticism or direction, who flippantly change jobs frequently and have a “me first” attitude -- a result of your parents and Mr. Rogers telling ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Stand Out as an Applicant: Tips for Internship Interviews

    Stand Out as an Applicant: Tips for Internship Interviews
    No matter where you are in life, interviews are stressful. Whether you’ve been through hundreds or it’s your first interview experience, the preparation process is filled with anxiety. Chances are, if you’re interviewing for an internship opportunity, you haven’t been through that many interviews in your lifetime. But, the more you prepare, the less anxious you’ll feel. Lucky for you, the ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +21
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    What to Never Say in an Interview

    What to Never Say in an Interview
    You’ve been told what to do in an interview. Talk up your attributes. Pull from personal and class experience if your job experience is lacking. But, have you ever thought about the things you shouldn’t say? If not, you should. There are plenty of points in an interview when you can make or break it. If you say any of these, ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +15
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    Walk Away from a Bad Job with Your Head Held High

    Walk Away from a Bad Job with Your Head Held High
    Dear J.T. & Dale: I hate, hate, hate my job and the owners and the managers who run the restaurant I work at. I’m about to take a 10-day vacation. I don’t want to go back. Is it really a bad move to not give any notice and just never return, no call and no-show? — Sheryl J.T.: The rules are ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: -2
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    What to Never Say in an Interview

    What to Never Say in an Interview
    You’ve been told what to do in an interview. Talk up your attributes. Pull from personal and class experience if your job experience is lacking. But, have you ever thought about the things you shouldn’t say? If not, you should. There are plenty of points in an interview when you can make or break it. If you say any of these, ...
    Published about 5 years ago | Rate This