Jobs for People Who are Nice

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Do you make friends easily? Have you been told you’re easy to talk to and that you’re a good friend? Are you someone people describe as thoughtful and nice? We all know the health benefits of being a good person, after all being kind lowers stress and even lengthens your lifespan. But that same kindness can also be a sign...

Should You Take a J-Term Class?

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Short for “January Term,” J-Term classes are a useful tool to help you get ahead in your degree. By taking these four-week condensed courses, you can fit more class content into a shorter period of time. They are designed to be taken over the duration of breaks between terms and follow individualized schedules. But would this kind of class suit...

How to Budget as a College Student

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If you’re currently enrolled in a degree program, you probably know that being a poor college student is more than just a cliche. If you find yourself trying to make your loan money stretch to the end of the semester or are sneaking leftovers into your pockets because you’re almost out of meals on your meal plan, you’re probably...

Should You Trust Your Gut Instinct?

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Have you ever had a feeling about a situation that was more powerful than the conscious thoughts in your brain? These can be signs of warning, or even signs of opportunity. Maybe you just had knew exactly which line to choose at the supermarket, or got a bad feeling about someone’s dating profile—but you couldn’t really say why. Those...

4 Convenient Features on Zoom That No One Told You About

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Continuing education in the midst of a pandemic has proven to be a challenge, and universities have had to utilize online learning platforms in order to continue operating. One company took online education by storm during the outbreak and has been integrated into the schooling of over 700 higher education institutions- Zoom. Amidst this surge in Zoom users, not...

Most Useful Degrees for Any Career

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  Everyone struggles with picking the major that will give them the job of their dreams. But research shows that only 27% of college graduates have a job related to their major! If the stats are so low, how are you supposed to pick the degree that’s right for you? Here is a list of the most versatile degrees that will...

Online Degrees for College Dropouts.

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Many students dropout of their college or university education. It’s not unusual for people to go to college and then have to stop for one reason or another. In fact, only 58% of students graduate within six years of beginning their education. So if college dropout is part of your list of life accomplishments, you’re absolutely not alone. There’s...

How To Balance Your Schedule Like a Pro

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If you’re currently pursuing a degree, you know how hard it is to have so many responsibilities to balance. Even forgetting one small thing could cost you your grade. So how do you successfully keep up with the fast pace of being a student?  All it takes is a little bit of planning and a well-organized schedule.  Get a Planner Writing down...