Posts tagged ‘Twentysomethings’

How to Be an Explorer in Your Job Search

Small beads of sweat have gathered on your skin and your shirt is beginning to stick to you. All your senses are on alert. With wide…

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Why I Love Living in Portland as a Recent Grad

The lights are out. Your door is firmly shut. You’ve barricaded yourself in your room. You try your best to breathe silently, and you’ve got your…

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I Learned How NOT to Find My Passion in a “Find Your Passion” Workshop

It seems like everyone these days is obsessed with one word: Passion. We’re constantly searching for it and seem convinced that the only way we can…

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What Every Recent Grad Should Know About Salary Negotiation

You hang up the phone and let out a little squeal. Were you holding your breath this entire time? It sure feels that way. But now…

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How Living Abroad Can Change Your Career Path

It’s no exaggeration to say that you rule your campus. You know—to the second—what time you have to wake up so that you have just enough…

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How to Make the Most of Working at a Survival Job

Heart. Beating. Do you dare look? Your finger hovers over the keyboard, right above the “return” key. The whirring of your laptop is absurdly loud, and…

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10 Resolutions Every Twentysomething Needs to Make This Year

Glitter! Sparkles! Champagne! There are so many wonderful things that go along with New Year’s Eve. And even though a lot of the parties end up…

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Are We All Just Sheep—And Are Colleges to Blame?

Northern California summers are dry and hot, which means that our once-luscious green hills turn brown and transform from lush hiking spots into huge fire hazards.…

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I Took a Chance on a Tweet—And Look Where It Got Me

Emma Stone’s lip sync battle with Jimmy Fallon. Charlie and his older brother. Women who REALLY love cats. When a single video can rack up millions…

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What’s It Like to Be in AmeriCorps?

College is a time of unbridled enthusiasm—whether you’re learning how to identify themes of magical realism in Salman Rushdie’s novels, developing the ability to create a…

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