College tuition rates keep going up, but luckily your favorite instant ramen noodles have stayed steady at 22 cents per package. A meal for less than a 15 minute run in the dryer? This perfect price point has made Top Ramen a staple for cash-strapped college students for years.
In general, college students are pretty poor. Living off of the least expensive noodle dishes, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and the occasional pizza is not uncommon. Because of that, when you are looking for an internship, it might be tempting to turn down an unpaid one in hopes of getting a paid internship offer. Before deciding against an unpaid internship, remember there are things to be gained even if you are unpaid.
The resume has been a long-standing tradition of the hiring industry, but a new trend is slowly changing that. It’s called the One-Page Proposal, and it shifts the focus from potential employees’ past experience to their future prospects. This can be great news for college students, who are often left out of jobs due to lack of sufficient experience.
University students are often known for being some of the most technologically wired in people on the planet. They know what the latest technologies are, and they are often some of the first to adopt those systems.
Forming Social Connections
We generally think of people forming social connections through the use of technology. Indeed, students use social networks and more to try to meet other people within their university that they may be interested in forming a