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The expenses associated with college can be difficult to anticipate—even if you scored a few great scholarships, or if you commute to school. In order to help offset costs, many students opt to take on part-time jobs, or find paid internships.

Doing so shows great responsibility, and can certainly result in more money in your pocket. However, a part-time job may not work with a busy, disordered student schedule, and it may have nothing to do with the field you're actually studying.

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Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, professionals have found themselves in an uncertain period while they navigate the next steps in their careers. If you have found yourself in this predicament, don't fret; there are still ways you can grow your career.

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The headlines have not been kind to those who are interested in a career in journalism.

Newspapers, online publications, and other media outlets have had to cut staff to meet changing industry needs, and in response to COVID-19. Despite these challenges, there's still a path to a career in journalism.

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Working freelancing jobs offer something new and different every time, and that is a large part of their appeal. Sometimes, you are joining a team that is already in place and working on a long-term project. Other times, you are hired as the sole worker for a special project. Industries, projects, requirements, and workloads can all change from job-to-job. This creates a great deal of diversity, which is great for people who grow bored with the same routines and the same job week after week. Related: Top 5 Must-Dos When Working Freelance If you are working as a freelance consultant or worker, there are three key areas you need to make sure you are strong in:

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