After graduating college most people look back at their time in college with rose-colored glasses, but being a college student in 2018 comes with many unique challenges. With the cost of higher education rising dramatically over the last few decades, many students are taking on second jobs and pursuing side hustles alongside their studies to help pay the bills. Combine this with a full schedule of tough classes and the never-ending task of applying for internships and post-graduation jobs, and it’s not hard to understand why a ton of college students experience burnout during their first years on campus.
there are certain unconventional jobs that will pay you to travel the world without ever having to be stuck in a dingy airport hotel.
Here are a dozen out-of-the-box travel jobs, from professional mermaiding to expert dog sitting, that’ll allow you to see the globe, sans desk…
You landed the job. Congrats! Now, it’s time to make your boss love you by becoming a star employee. So start with what star employees to make the most of the first three months in your new position.
Here’s exactly how…
Knowing what a potential employer wants to see on your resume is incredibly nerve wracking. What’s more, trying to find a perfect balance of experience, personality, and how you fit into the job description isn’t easy.
As such, there are some habits that most of us have grown accustomed to but employers don’t necessarily want to see on a resume today. So it’s time for some 2018 resume advice!
There’s been a 115% increase in telecommuting over the last 10 years, and 43% of the U.S. workforce currently performs remote work to some degree.
So what’s the forecast for 2018? What does it all mean for current and aspiring freelancers and flex workers?
Perhaps you’ve worked the same job for what seems like ages and you aren’t happy anymore.
Slow down, and take time to look at your situation more in-depth. Then ask yourself these important questions as you conduct your job search and interview.