Making the move from college to starting your career can be an exciting or stressful time for fresh graduates, depending on their preparation, chosen field, and a whole host of factors that are outside anyone’s control. In a market where some are saying a bachelor’s degree is the new high school diploma, smart college students are developing relevant career skills to separate themselves from the pack.
aced with a difficult career path, college students need to whatever they can to stand out from the crowd after graduation.
This infographic from Boundless suggests 14 college experiences that can help you create a powerful resume…
Around this time of year, my inbox and social media feeds are filled with recent college graduates who want to know the secrets of breaking into the world of business or entrepreneurship.
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, below are five actionable steps you should be taking right this second to land the job of your dreams…
Here I am almost a year later in a first big kid job. Post-grad life is so much more than just that title on your business card. So, here are five things I wish someone had told me, and every college seniors should know, about living life after turning the tassel.
So how can you stand out from all the others who have worked just as hard as you have to earn that degree? How do you show an employer that you’ve gone above and beyond academics to become infinitely employable? To answer those questions, we asked a question of our own to members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC): What is something every college student should do now for a great career later? Enjoy their helpful answers… and then put their great advice to work!
Student debt is a growing concern in America. Many young people feel like they are forced to start their lives under an oppressive burden. It’s important to know you don’t have to wait until you graduate to begin taking steps to ease that burden.