Archive for ‘September, 2015’

What to Wear to Your First Interview (For Men)

So you’ve managed to wrangle yourself a few job interviews that offer promising futures. Knowing that these interviews could mark the start of your career, you…

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When Dropping Out of College is a Smart Move

School has always been a breeze for me. I was raised by a single teen mom who still lived with her parents, so my mom made…

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Best Cities (Around the World) to Move to for Programming Jobs

While most people view the West Coast of the United States as the epicenter of the programming and developing world, the truth is that plenty of other…

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How to Network with Executives from Your Last Job

We’ve all heard the old adage “never burn a bridge.” If you’re resigning from a company, always give the standard two-week notice. If your seasonal-internship is…

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The Simple Tactic That Proves You’re a Good Programmer

I’m not a good programmer, says that little voice in the back of your head. So many programmers are hard on themselves because, in today’s tech world,…

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Why Your Employee Learning Style Matters More Than You Think

Learning styles are engrained in us from elementary school through college. Are you a kinesthetic, visual, or auditory learner? Are you a project-based worker or big…

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3 Must-Haves for Your Developer Interview at a Startup

Acing a technical interview is crucial. Unfortunately, you can write flawless code and still jeopardize your candidacy at a startup if you don’t do your homework. This rule…

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Managing Student Loans: A Year-by-Year Guide for College Students

Many students only think about their student loans once a year as they go through the annual financial aid application process. College life is full of…

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4 Sneaky Ways to Save Money on College Textbooks

The average college student spends about $1,100 per year–or $550 per semester–on textbooks. That’s a lot of money for textbooks students barely open half of the…

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How to Stay Mentally Healthy When You’re Unemployed After College

I graduated from my Undergrad Studies in 2014 along with many of my friends that I started college with in 2010. Some of us moved on…

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