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If the stress of juggling school, work, and family is making life difficult, you are not alone. According to a recent study on college employment, 43% of the nation's full-time college undergraduates and 81% of part-time undergraduates worked while getting a degree. Not surprisingly, time shortage is one of the biggest reasons for students dropping out before completing their degree. So how do you make sure that you stay the course?

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As a college student, your number one priority is to learn. What you need to realize early on in your college career is that your learning is not, and should not, only be located in the classroom. Learn from every experience! Better yet, learn from the successes and failures of others. To do that, you have to be intentional with your experience....and actually have learning experiences.

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With the millions of qualified, experienced individuals in the job market, sometimes a college degree just isn't enough to land you the dream job. Yes, college may give us tools and courses to help push through some applicant pools, but there are several lessons we've learned solely from career coaches that'll guarantee success in the job search.

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Students normally wait for summer every year to make the best out of the break between semesters to obtain essentials for building their careers. Countless opportunities would usually line up for students and college graduates ranging from internships and fellowships to workshops and part-time jobs.

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