5 Reasons to Participate in Study Abroad or a Foreign Exchange

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Have you ever wanted to use a semester to travel to another country? A study abroad or foreign exchange program can lead to many opportunities that you can’t experience otherwise. You’ll come back home with a renewed world view and skillset, as well as unforgettable memories to share with your family and friends.

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How to Make the Best of College During a Pandemic

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If you’re reading this, you’ve undoubtedly had your college education shaken up by the recent pandemic. You’ve probably had to switch to online classes. You may have lost a job or internship that you were counting on. If you’re in research, it’s probably been put on hold. So how can you turn this situation around? Consider the following.

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Great Learning Options for Students Who Want to Teach

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“Experience highly preferred.” These words might cause you to reconsider submitting a resume for an open position at all. It’s an age-old problem — you need experience to get the job you want, but to meet that qualification, you need to first work in a related field.

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Why You Need a Plan for Your Career

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From a young age, everyone imagines what they want to be when they grow up, whether it be a pirate or a princess. As the years go by, your ideal dream job may change to something more practical, such as a doctor or teacher. After going through years of school and getting a degree, you probably have an idea of what you want to do, but may wonder what steps are needed to get there.

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What Gen Z Grads Should Know About Working With Other Generations

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Today, five generations span our workforce — traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X, millennials and Generation Z. Each group seems to carry their own characteristics, experiences and attitudes, all of which impact their work style. It’s important to recognize each generation so you can communicate with them effectively.

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3 Careers to Consider if You Have a Passion for Houses

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The home industry is booming in America. It’s responsible for investing trillions of dollars into the gross domestic product and serving as a primary source of wealth and equity for millions of Americans. For many, real estate can provide a fantastic, enjoyable, and lucrative career. If you love homes, there are plenty of jobs for you to consider. Here are three such examples.

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Independent Living Tips for College Students

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Once you leave home, you take a step into a new life chapter. You’re allowed to make your own decisions, even financially. It’s not always easy to manage your freedom, especially when you’ve never lived independently. As a result of COVID-19, you could feel even more overwhelmed or stressed – and you’re not alone.

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What to Know When Considering a Career as a First Responder

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First responders have one of the most important jobs in the world. Whether they’re firefighters, police or EMS personnel, they know how to act quickly to save lives. However, first responder careers aren’t for everyone, and it’s wise to honestly and thoroughly consider any jobs in this industry before committing.

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