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a little introduction to our community Name: Arielle Robbins What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am eighteen years old and I’m beginning my freshmen year at Northwood University; I recently graduated with honors from Frankenmuth High School. I plan on graduating with an honors diploma in [...]
Whether you’ve been laid off or are in the middle of transitioning to new premium entry level jobs, the weeks and months between your old and new paychecks can be a scary one.
Communication majors come in all shapes and sizes – ranging from public relations, television, journalism, photojournalism, radio, advertising and many more.
While it might not seem like the coolest path to take, being a resident advisor (RA) in college comes with a number of benefits.
If you’ve just been hired after months of searching for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, you’re probably looking forward to starting your first day of work.
Premium entry level jobs are exhausting, especially when you reach that mid-week hump.
Every year, handfuls of college seniors come back from spring break in a panic. They realize the year is almost over and they still don’t have a job. With it being the beginning of November, here are some tips to avoid that pit in your stomach when you realize you only have a couple more [...]
If you’ve ever gotten advice from a grandparent or parents about applying for premium entry level jobs or the methods companies use to hire graduates, chances are you’ve gotten some outdated guidance.
As you begin to apply for premium entry level jobs and paid internships after college, the whole process can quickly start to feel overwhelming.
a little introduction to our community Name: Margaret Greene What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am studying chemical engineering with a minor in bioengineering at Villanova University. I will be a senior this year. What kind of career do you hope to have or what’s your [...]
When you’re trying to impress hiring managers for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, a well-written cover letter can be a powerful tool to your success.
If you’ve always wanted to pursue a career in medicine, but are a little intimidated by the exorbitant amounts of time, money and energy that go into becoming a doctor, you may want to consider a different route for premium entry level jobs and internships after college.
The internet has changed the American marketplace in significant ways over the past two decades.