Valentina Palomino, SUNY Old Westbury
With the right mindset, you can turn disappointment into something amazing.
Rory Conlon, De Anza College
Amid many younger and older people quitting their jobs, the time and money it takes to earn a college degree and pursue a future career has become more complicated.
Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
The ongoing debate over raising wages is starting to come to a head, but many individuals are still torn over the basic facts of the matter.
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Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Here are the top 5 ways you could make some extra money from home and stop being dependent on your salary.
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Searching for a career and a way to be financially stable after you graduate can be hard. But there are ways to de-stress that daunting task.
Hannah Docter-Loeb, Wesleyan University
The professional social networking service can be a powerful tool for those in school, but there are a few things to keep in mind when you’re just getting started.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
There is more to life than Silicon Valley and Los Angeles.
Get some cash while working jobs that won’t interfere with your college schedule.
Whether you’re already there or you want to make the big move across the pond, here’s some good places to help you pay the bills.
It might seem like a small thing, but once you hit the job market, make sure the break room is a good place to recharge your batteries.
Rocco Romano, University of Iowa
There’s more to your working habits than meets the eye.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
It’s more than just looking cool and breaking up fights.
Simona Barca, American University
Get your hustle on, poolside.
Luke Hebert, Baruch College
A working student’s take on balance.
Bekah Black, Spring Arbor University
Keely Cohen-Breen, SUNY Plattsburgh College
This is not a paid post, honestly.
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Work history? Never met her.
Getting paid to learn can be a win-win for both you and your employer.
Sarah Brown, University of Florida
It’s time to step up or ship off.
Andria Modica, Drexel University
People often say one thing, but end up doing the other and college students are usually the ones constantly fighting to keep up.
Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
Graduation season is just around the corner, so you are going to want to steer clear of these cities.
Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Some things to remember when your peers throw shade at your major.
Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Seven side hustles for the busy student.
Devin Ross, Middle Tennessee State University
Without some planning, it’s easy for you to walk straight off the stage and right into an existential crisis.
Alec Esteban Cudmore, St. Edward’s University
Finding that time is essential to your creative process.
Daniel Nguyen, Wharton County Junior College
Gone are analog applications and tedious cover letters—here are the job application sites of the future.
Jessica Stowe, University of Texas at San Antonio
Knowing how to sell yourself goes a long way, but so does improving your value.
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