College Graduates

Hello, here's my social media. My message to hiring managers: I'm a nincompoop. This obviously should NOT be your approach during the hiring process.

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Whether you're a college student trying to figure out where your true calling lies, or an experienced professional getting back to work, or someone just looking for a career in another field, you need to make your choice carefully. With women making considerable strides in fields that were previously male-dominated, the lines of career limitations have blurred.

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Parents, we appreciate you. We know you want your kids to succeed and reach great heights. But the truth is, your career advice may actually be hurting them.

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"This can't be right! I had plenty of money in the bank to cover this charge." A cold spike of electricity jolts up your daughter's spine as she realizes her account is compromised. How did this happen? What do I do now?

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Both early and seasoned professionals attend school for various reasons—personal development, intellectual curiosity, and even boredom. But with student loan debt on the rise, online degree ads perpetually displayed on TVs, social media, and billboards, and zero guarantee that another degree will give you an ROI, it's important to ask yourself these three questions before you jump on an educational bandwagon.

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So many professionals we've met voice one common concern: "We wish we knew back then what we do now about school and loans before we began our professional journeys." And understandably so!

Earning an undergraduate or graduate degree is no easy feat and comes with its own set of financial and professional challenges including, but not limited to:

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