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These days having a college education is not enough to ensure a financially secure future. According to data from the Census Bureau, over 30% of Americans over the age of 25 have a bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree. That means college graduates looking to get a professional edge need to move to the right cities. Cities that have plenty of jobs, low mortgage costs and a variety of entertainment options are good fits for new college grads.
Making Friends at Work - It's difficult to make new friends once you've graduated college and entered the workforce which is why making friends at work is such an important goal to work towards! But making friends at work doesn't happen overnight, it takes effort and work just like any friendship. Follow these tips for making friends at work!
Jobs aren’t so easy to get these days, especially when you have a limited schedule that has to leave plenty of time for classes and homework. One of the best ways to get around that is by finding jobs online. Just a few years ago, working online was mostly a novelty, but it’s becoming more common all the time. Here are some of the more common online jobs and opportunities for college students.
For any recent #grads who are struggling to find a job, check out this guide that helped me get a job within a month of graduation! Includes #resume and cover letter templates, as well as a worksheet to guide you through the process.