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Career After College

Getting a job offer is always exciting, especially if you’ve just graduated college or are a college senior looking to work full-time. Say goodbye to your classes, and say hello to the work you’ve always dreamed of doing! What makes working even more awesome are the benefits and job perks you’re likely to get even at entry-level positions. From insurance to fun days with your co-workers, job benefits can help cut down on costs and also provide you with the incentive to keep on going. Ever wondered how sick days work or what 401k plans actually are? Read on for some of the most common perks...
If you’re a graduating senior, then we’re sure you’re well acquainted with the most dreaded question a senior collegiette can be asked: “So, what are you doing after graduation?” The last thing a second-semester senior wants to be reminded of on a daily basis is that frightening future looming after graduation (which is even scarier for those seniors who still don’t have a job or grad school lined up!). For seniors who are tired of admitting they don’t have a clue as to what their future holds, here are a few responses you can offer those nosy inquirers instead. 1. I’m moving to Israel to...
You may be surprised to find out that your professors could be more helpful than the Internet when it comes to finding a job! After all, professors are experts in their field, so they can be incredibly valuable career resources. From asking for recommendations to getting advice about where to search for a job, here’s how to make the most of what your professors have to offer. 1. Have your professor edit your resume Once you have your resume perfectly tailored to a position (and you definitely will if you follow this guide), having a second pair of eyes is going to make it even better! While...