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4 Top Marketing Industry Events of 2019 for Students to Learn From (8 hits)
Marketing students and teams appreciate the various seminars, discussions, videos, and leading top marketing experts who impart their wisdom, knowledge, advice, insight, education, and resources for their benefit. The sessions cover a large variety o ...
Posted Wednesday, September 18th 2019 at 4:40PM
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4 Resources for Learning How to Develop Your Career Skills for Future Opportunities (59 hits)
Itís important for all human beings to think about their futures. Failure to do so can lead to confusion, setbacks, and stress all around. If youíre considering your future, you should put a lot of thought into your career prospects. There are resour ...
Posted Monday, September 9th 2019 at 3:06PM
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4 School Projects That Build Your Professional Portfolio in Game Development (42 hits)
The gaming industry is incredibly competitive, and you need to leverage your experience as much as possible if you want to be successful. Rather than waiting until you've graduated to start working on major projects, it's often a good idea to get you ...
Posted Monday, August 12th 2019 at 6:15PM
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4 Well-Paying Careers You Can Start Within Weeks (69 hits)
Most Americans work forty hours a week (at the very least). This is a major portion of the week. If youíre going to spend so much time at a job for the majority of your life, you might as well enjoy the work youíre doing. Itís never too late to make ...
Posted Monday, August 5th 2019 at 5:00PM
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How to Handle a Landlord That Won't Care for Your Rented Property (103 hits)
Relationships between landlords and tenants are not always easy. They're even tougher, though, when the landlord refuses to deal with very real problems. Below are a few steps you should take if your landlord won't care for your rented property. Le ...
Posted Tuesday, July 30th 2019 at 3:46PM
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4 Important Resources for Elderly Job Seekers (77 hits)
It can be tough to find a job if you've been out of the market for some time. Older job seekers can find the modern application process confusing, with many changes and a host of new requirements becoming the norm. Below are four important resources ...
Posted Friday, June 28th 2019 at 7:03PM
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4 Fantastic Career Paths for a Criminal Justice Major (104 hits)
If you have a passion for criminal justice, there are many career options that will allow you to work in this exciting field. Some of these positions require advanced degrees while others only require some additional training. Here are four fantastic ...
Posted Tuesday, May 28th 2019 at 5:35PM
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4 Careers in Healthcare That Don't Require Medical School (221 hits)
Ask any group of kids what they want to be when they grow up and you can expect to hear several say they want to be a doctor, or maybe a nurse. Beyond those two choices, you're unlikely to hear any other health care career mentioned. That's because k ...
Posted Wednesday, May 15th 2019 at 1:16PM
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Planning a Sorority Event? 4 Tips for a Safe and Fun Evening (110 hits)
A sorority is, at its heart, a social organization. It's a great way for women to get to know each other and to experience things together. For that reason, sororities have a busy social schedule, ranging from simple events for evenings to longer tri ...
Posted Wednesday, May 15th 2019 at 12:36PM
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Know Your Rights When Applying for Jobs (130 hits)
When youíre out trying to convince companies that youíre the one they need to hire, that can put you in a rather vulnerable position. While trying to impress interviewers, however, you donít have to lie in order to protect yourself from unjust biases ...
Posted Wednesday, April 3rd 2019 at 3:26PM
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4 Major Causes of Back Pain in Students (387 hits)
Back pain is as commonly attributed to students as is the ďstarving college studentĒ stereotype. The load of their packed schedule seems to symbolically weigh on their hunched shoulders, but stress is not the only thing weighing them down. By becomin ...
Posted Wednesday, March 20th 2019 at 3:44PM
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What to Bring and What to Store When Moving into a College Dorm (122 hits)
The big day is almost here. Youíre packing up the belongings youíll bring to your college dorm. You might be wondering what to take and what to leave behind. If thatís the case, you want to take a minimalist approach to your packing. Here are four ti ...
Posted Wednesday, March 13th 2019 at 3:56PM
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How to Replace Missing Amenities in Your College Apartment (138 hits)
Because of the increased costs of tuition, low salaries, and the increased cost of living surrounding college campus, most college-aged students go without a lot of amenities in their apartments. They have to. Their budgets donít allow for more. When ...
Posted Friday, March 1st 2019 at 3:40PM
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Donít Let These 4 Obstacles Deter You in the Grad School Application (358 hits)
Thoughts about graduate school, applications, examinations and root canals often fall in the same category of dread. In a similar vein, nearly everyone feels better upon completing each process. Virtually everything worth pursuing in life appears fri ...
Posted Monday, April 30th 2018 at 11:40AM
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3 Important Things to Plan for Before You Go to School Full-Time (331 hits)
Your college admission letter has arrived, and you are thrilled to be scheduling classes for the next semester. In addition, you will have to make some plans for your personal life as you prepare to attend school full time. With so many tasks to atte ...
Posted Thursday, March 22nd 2018 at 6:38PM
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Play College Sports? How to Recover From a Concussion After a Hard Game (420 hits)
Concussions can occur at any given time while playing college sports. Fortunately, there are ways to recover from these serious head injuries and get back in the game faster. Here are a few ways to recover from a concussion after a hard game. Avoid ...
Posted Friday, December 15th 2017 at 3:33PM
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University Dreams: How to Prepare for Your TOEFL Exam (423 hits)
You’ve dreamt of going to a good college in the United States for a while now, right? A good education will lead to a good career. If English isn’t your first language and you’re not the most fluent person in it, however, you have a ...
Posted Monday, December 4th 2017 at 5:09PM
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First Christmas at College? 4 Tips to Make Your Roommatesí Holiday Special (400 hits)
The holidays are always an important part of our childhood memories. When you grow up, Christmas is different than it was as a kid. However, it doesn’t need to be different in a bad way. Going to college gives you a chance to explore new option ...
Posted Tuesday, November 21st 2017 at 7:03PM
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Thinking of Your Masters? 4 Signs that Going Back to School Is the Best Option (394 hits)
Many professionals consider going back to school to earn a higher-level degree at some point. However, pursuing a new degree is not always a great idea. Multiple factors should be reviewed before you make this important decision to ensure that this i ...
Posted Wednesday, November 8th 2017 at 3:56PM
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Top Tips to Help College Seniors Prepare for the Upcoming Job Search Craze (696 hits)
As a college senior nearing graduation, the search for a good job becomes more urgent. Finally graduating means you’ll have the degree to launch a promising career, if you can just find the right opportunity. To help you get the best results fr ...
Posted Monday, October 23rd 2017 at 6:50PM
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Get Away from School! Fall Break Ideas that Will Help Clear Your Mind (488 hits)
The demands of your courses can easily create a significant amount of stress for you to deal with. When you are in the middle of a fall term, you may still have many long weeks to go before you reach the winter break period, and you may feel flustere ...
Posted Monday, October 9th 2017 at 7:11PM
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3 Tips To Prepare You For Your Kid's Freshman Year Of College (397 hits)
Parents often find themselves fraught when their kids go off to college. Some parents feel like they have a million things to do to prepare their kids, but they arenít sure where to start. While the situation might feel overwhelming, itís important t ...
Posted Thursday, September 14th 2017 at 1:36PM
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Mental Health Check for College Students: 4 Signs That You May Have Anxiety (448 hits)
College is a time of many changes. You might be living away from home for the first time, or you may be learning how to manage your schedule without the assistance of your parents. As a result, you might get confused as to whether you're having norma ...
Posted Monday, August 28th 2017 at 12:38PM
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What to Do If You're Facing Inequality in Your Educational Environment (617 hits)
College should be a time of learning, fun, and success. Unfortunately, many students face unfair discrimination and inequality, and as a result, their college career suffers. Luckily, if you feel you are a victim of inequality at your institution, th ...
Posted Tuesday, August 15th 2017 at 3:17PM
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Student Job Life: 4 Tips That Will Make Being a Chemistry TA Less Stressful (377 hits)
Being a chemistry teacher's assistance often means that you learn just as much about the subject as the rest of the class. When you go home, you might not have the time that you used to have because you're helping grade papers. While you're in the cl ...
Posted Monday, July 31st 2017 at 11:50AM
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