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Why Student Loans Are Nothing to Fear

Student loans suck the oxygen out of almost every conversation you hear regarding higher education. And it’s understandable, we suppose. After all, the rate of growth isn’t slowing down. Even so, it’s a debt that, most borrowers will agree, is wholly worth it. In the following article, we’ll be talking about the reasons you shouldn’t […]
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Networking Guide for Students: 8 Ways to Make an Impact with the Right People

A networking guide for students usually centers on the use of social media. While that’s part of it, there’s a lot more to it than that. In the following article, we’ll discuss the networking tips you’ll need to push your education and your career forward. Let’s begin by talking about: Why Networking Will Be So […]
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How to Get Into College Without Spending $500,000 in Bribes

For those of you struggling with the question of how to get into college, the events of the last couple of weeks must be beyond frustrating. If you haven’t been following it very closely, actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin — and a whole slew of other people — were bribing their children’s way into […]
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Experience Necessary: What to Do When a Job Demands More Than What You Have

When a job post says “experience necessary,” it can serve as a deterrent to any kind of forward motion in your career. But the driven young graduate is not discouraged by this. In fact, it motivates them toward success. In the following article, we’ll be talking about what you should do when you encounter this […]
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How to Bounce Back from Adversity

One of the most valuable life skills you can learn is how to bounce back from adversity. There will be a lot of it in your life, as if you didn’t already know. But as familiar as failure can be, it’s always tough to prepare for. That’s because it can come in many forms and […]
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16 Best Life Habits to Learn While You Are Still in School

Learning great life habits now can save you from making many of your worst mistakes. While there’s some truth to the idea that you have to make mistakes to grow as a person, why walk into a potential catastrophe if there’s a better way around it — or through it — in the present? In […]
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13 Stress Management Tips for College Freshmen

Stress management is easier said than done. That’s because we don’t often think about it until we’ve let the pressures of life overcome us. When you’re new to college life, this can be especially damaging. Many students have trouble surviving their first year in college because they find unhealthy ways of coping. They party too […]
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Morning Habits That Can Change Your Life for the Better

Win the morning, win the day — that saying has fueled the creativity and practices of morning habits across the world ever since people have been saying it. And it stands to reason. Success often is defined by momentum. And if you start building momentum right when you get up, then you’ve got a full […]
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Senior Year: 22 Things Every Undergraduate Should Do Before Graduation

Your senior year of college provides little time for reflection. You have a million things to do and a few seconds to do them. Or so it seems. Regardless of the numbers, you’re not going to be able to do it all without first devising a strategy. In the following article, we’ll be discussing the […]
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Working After High School: The Case Against Going to College Right Away

Working after high school has picked up steam in recent years amid the ongoing push for going to college. More students are looking at their prospects and studying what it is they want to do with their lives. And that search is causing them to ask the question: is going to college necessary? Perhaps a […]
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