28 Oct 2014
Balancing college and work takes a lot of time and effort. It’s important to be open with your employer about your school responsibilities so that you can manage your time wisely. Remember that you need to include time for homework and rest in your schedule. With just a few simple tips, you can handle your school and work schedule with ease.
21 Oct 2014
College, like anything in life, can have its ups and downs. With all those fun new friends, classes and activities comes the burden of responsibilities and semi-adulthood. Here are some common challenges you might encounter throughout your four years in college and some ways of productively dealing with them.
We all know that having a Bachelor’s degree doesn’t mean as much as it used to. Of course, it’s not that the quality of a Bachelor’s degree has gone down, but rather, it’s that almost everyone is getting a Bachelor’s degree after finishing high school. It’s not so much of a difference maker as it is a requirement on a resume.
Even as your college years draw to a close, you may not be 100% sure about what you want to do after you graduate. Keep in mind that you’re under no obligation to commit yourself to the career you want for the rest of your life. People sometimes change career paths mid-life or, five or ten years after college, find themselves thriving in jobs that they would never have expected to enjoy when they were younger.