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Traveling After College Won’t Fill a Void. What to Consider Before Leaving Home

After finishing college, so many graduates plan to travel. Traveling is a reward for all your hard work, and breaks up the last four to five years of your college life. If you didn’t get the chance to travel for school, say, if you went to a local university, then you might be…

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Time Travel and the Best Early Career Advice We’ve Ever Heard

Don’t you sometimes wish that time machines were real? I know that I do. Seriously, think about what would happen if you could travel back to your younger years and give yourself a little heads-up about what was going to come. That time you decided to take the double-dog dare…

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Think Outside the Cubicle: Your Guide to Post-Graduation Travel and Teaching Gigs

Got the globe-trotting gene? Explore some of the teaching and travel opportunities for recent grads and post-grad life can be a big adventure!

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Planes, Trains… and Tall Ships? Travel for a Year with the Watson Fellowship

Ever dream about what it would be like to take off and travel the world for a year? The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship makes that dream a reality by providing a grant for you to pursue a year of travel and independent study. It’s true—you really can get paid to…

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I Turned Down a Job in a Big City to Market Gainesville Apartments

I was born and raised in a small town, but I always dreamt of moving to a big city to work with high profile clients. After graduating from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in advertising, I was equipped with everything I needed to know. I perfected my resume, received…

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How to Find Your Next Home After College

A few days after graduation, when the parties ended and my roommates and I were hanging out around the house, an idea struck me. Why let our house go? There was no impending desire to move back home. This was home, after all. The Victorian townhouse that we rented had been transformed. My…

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4 Careers Expected to Grow in 2016 and Beyond

It’s difficult to know if the career you’re training for right now will still be hiring when you graduate. Thankfully, the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics is loaded with details that can help steer you towards occupations that are growing. We culled through the latest data in the Occupational…

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Starting an Automotive Career After Graduation

If you know you want an automotive career, you need to decide which area of the automotive industry you’d like to specialize in. Here are some tips to get you started in an automotive career after school. Entering the Automotive Field After School Most people picture car mechanics when they…

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How This MBA Grad Bought a House While Living With Student Loans

When PC Wong graduated with her MBA from New York University 2013, she made a counterintuitive decision: She left New York. Despite the opportunities and network that living in the Big Apple offered an NYU graduate, she moved back home to Boston. She had her eye on something else that…

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Write an Impressive First Resume

Writing your very first resume doesn’t need to be a struggle. It’s easy to stress about resume margins or how to format your header. Luckily, writing an impressive resume involves easy-to-follow advice. Courtney Young-Law, resume expert and CEO of Fundamentum, goes through every single step of resume-writing. Your resume should be…

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