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    The Forgotten College Student

    The Forgotten College Student
    This year, when you’re nestled all snug in your bed, with visions of sugar-plums dance in your head, take a moment to think about the forgotten college student. Not sure who we’re talking about? Then keep reading. We've all encountered the homeless, whether it’s through volunteering, in passing on the street or in the news. To many, it seems like a ...
    Published about 4 years ago | Rated: +14
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    Realities versus Perceptions of the Job Market

    Realities versus Perceptions of the Job Market
    According to a survey, graduating students have unrealistic expectations regarding their post-graduation jobs. The students currently enrolled in college that are set to graduate in 2013, as reported by Accenture’s survey, over estimate the likelihood of gaining a well-paid, full-time position within their area of expertise. [gate] The survey was conducted by polling more than 1,000 students who are graduating this ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +14
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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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    Student Jobs to Boost Your Resume

    Student Jobs to Boost Your Resume
    There’s more to student jobs than making money, if you plan it out correctly. While any part-time work can give you an edge, there are some jobs in particular that really boost your hiring potential. If you haven’t done so already, head to the employment office at your college and explore your options. According to U.S. News and World Report, the ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +14
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    End Your Internship on a Good Note

    End Your Internship on a Good Note
    The end of summer brings an end to corporate internship programs’ most lucrative season. While you’ve been working hard all summer to impress your supervisor, colleagues and other interns, there is still quite a bit you can do after the internship to stay in their good graces. Email Your Entire Team Chances are, the team you worked with all summer doesn’t ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +13
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    Five Ways to Prepare for a Successful Job Interview

    Five Ways to Prepare for a Successful Job Interview
    College can be one of the most important times in a person’s life. A degree alone, however, is usually not enough to secure your first full-time job post graduation. It is very important that your resume at graduation is full of actual work experience. The best thing any student can do while in school is to complete an internship and/or work ...
    Published about 5 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Tips for Writing a Great Resume

    Tips for Writing a Great Resume
    Writing a resume doesn't have to be a painful process. The sole purpose of a resume is to show an employer that you have both the necessary skills and the experience to satisfactorily perform the tasks they are hiring for. Tons of advice on how to write a resume can be found online. There are many different resume layouts you can ...
    Published about 5 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Born to Lead

    Born to Lead
    Are you a born leader? The truth is, you don't have to be. While there are characteristics commonly found in good leaders, many of the qualities can be learned traits. Some may simply just be naturally part of your personality. So, if you find yourself exploring the possibilities of taking on more leadership roles, check out the following qualities which ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +13
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    4 Ways to Make Your College Job Work for You

    4 Ways to Make Your College Job Work for You
    After much thoughtful planning and strategizing, you’ve developed your game plan for paying your tuition and attending class: work 30 hours a week, take the minimum hours of classes and sleep five or six hours a night. It seems like a good plan, totally doable. But in the end, it may not add up in your favor. For instance, working too ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +12
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    Dressing for Success

    Dressing for Success
    You think it doesn't matter what you wear to a job interview? You’re wrong. When you walk up to your interview and shake their hand, they already have an impression of you. You haven’t even said anything yet! True, there are other factors like timeliness, politeness, etc. But, for the sake of this article, let’s assume you’ve done everything else perfectly. ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +12
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    You Can Have It All: Balancing Work and Graduate School

    You Can Have It All: Balancing Work and Graduate School
    Want to go to graduate school but don’t want to leave your current full-time job? What if you could have it both ways? Many students do. One of the pros to doing both at the same time is still receiving a steady income, while the cons add up to little social life and a rigorous schedule. But it can be done ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +10
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    Is Your Resume as Winning as Tom Brady’s?

    Is Your Resume as Winning as Tom Brady’s?
    Love him or hate him, Tom Brady knows how to win. He has won 148 regular season games, 18 postseason games and appeared in five Super Bowls. With that record, you can’t deny that he is ambitious, motivated and hard-working. Yet, there was a time when Tom Brady, like many other soon-to-be college graduates, had no idea what his future held. ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +9
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    Top Ways Online Learning is Changing

    Top Ways Online Learning is Changing
    The online sector is an ever-changing, ever-growing market, especially in terms of education. Though many areas are still new and in development stages, many advances have been made within recent years to improve the learning experience, both for users and institutions alike. Below are some of the most significant changes that have occurred as a part of the online learning movement. ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +9
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    5 Ways to Combat Loneliness When You're Jobless

    5 Ways to Combat Loneliness When You're Jobless
    Sit in front of laptop. Lie on couch. Eat pickles for lunch. Back to laptop. Feel sorry for self. Feel sick of self. Tear hair out in frustration. And ... back to couch. If this is your 9-to-5 routine, you're probably like 14 million other Americans: unemployed. And in addition to the frustration of looking for work, you might find yourself ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +7
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    Should Bashing Your Boss on Facebook Be Legally Protected?

    Should Bashing Your Boss on Facebook Be Legally Protected?
    Employees have been criticizing their bosses since the beginning of time. Until the birth of social media, these conversations generally played out in lunchrooms or restrooms, around the water cooler, over a few cocktails at the local pub after working hours, and in the smoker’s circle outside the office building. Regardless if the criticisms were true or not, the context remained ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Students and Grads: Get Entry-Level Skills, Get Savvy - Part I

    Students and Grads: Get Entry-Level Skills, Get Savvy - Part I
    The prophet Napoleon Dynamite once expounded upon the importance of having skills: “You know, like nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills…” He’s concerned about his chances of getting a date, but the same basically holds true for finding jobs (though I’d go easy on advertising the bow-hunting abilities). [widget:what_should_you_be_quizzes_] I wrote last week about the importance of having hard ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Master The Long Distance Apartment Hunt

    Master The Long Distance Apartment Hunt
    If you’re lucky enough to have landed a job or internship after graduation in another city, you’ll need to find a place to live. As simple as it sounds, it can be tough looking for an apartment long distance. After all, what you see online isn’t always what you get. Here, some help in successfully finding an apartment from afar. Do ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    President-Elect Trump & Student Loan Debt

    President-Elect Trump & Student Loan Debt
    Though you may be jubilant or grief-stricken over the Election results, we can all most likely agree on one thing: this country has a huge student loan debt problem. HUGE. While student loan debt was never a focal point of the Trump campaign, the President-elect does have strong opinions on student loans, college costs and debt forgiveness. He revealed these sentiments ...
    Published about 1 year 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 11 months ago | Rate This
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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 11 months ago | Rate This