Posts for College Life

Moral Compass: Jobs that Will Make You Feel Good About Yourself

The majority of Americans, 52.3%, report that they are unhappy at work according to a report put out by the Conference Board. Areas of dissatisfaction include financial compensation, promotion opportunities, job security, health plans, retirement funds, vacation time, and sick leave. While many Americans are unhappy with their work, not all are. There are some great […]
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What You’ll Need for Switching from the Dorms to Your Own Place

Living in an off-campus apartment might not seem that different from living in the school dorms, but the most notable difference is the amount of things provided for you at school that won’t be elsewhere. To make your move from the dorm to your own place as smooth as possible, make sure you’re aware of […]
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University Rankings: What It’s Like to Attend America’s Most Prestigious Schools

University rankings are more important today than ever before. In a world where tuition is skyrocketing and jobs are hard to come by, students need to make sure they’ve given themselves the best chance at success. But when it comes to which university rankings you should be paying attention to, the decision can be a […]
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Learning on the Go: Programs for a Versatile College Career

College students today are starting school earlier and choosing more alternative programs to complement their education. With a competitive job market and fluctuating economy it can be hard to find and secure a career, or even a job! Below introduces three excellent programs that will enrich students in both personal and academic areas and put […]
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Six Storage Solutions Every College Student Needs

As a college student, you need to be able to take advantage of every possible space-saving option you can. This can help you to save money while avoiding the need to spend a lot on storage solutions you likely won’t take with you when you leave. For students living in a dorm, this becomes especially […]
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College for Cheap: How to Reduce Your Expenses This Year

Attending college isn’t cheap, but it’s definitely a necessary investment in today’s modern world. With so many different educational expenses to cover on top of the day-to-day ones, balancing student life and your personal life can be extremely stressful. While it’s common to be a starving student as you pursue a Bachelor’s in criminology or […]
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Are College Friends Really Your Friends For Life? Dispelling The Myth

The Internet is a wild and mysterious thing. Never before in the history of humanity has a certain story or idea been able to take off and reach legendary status in such a short time. For most myths, it takes centuries of being handed down to get stamped into the public conscience. Not so with […]
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Becoming Independent: How to Successfully Manage New Responsibilities

The journey to becoming independent can be a difficult one if you’ve never taken that step the way most high school graduates transitioning to college haven’t. You have likely had brushes with independence when you’re coming out of senior year, but you’ve never had to manage all the bills, pay rent on time, keep grades […]
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12 Tips For Adjusting To College Life

Adjusting to college life isn’t the easiest thing for a freshman to do. Anyone who’s ever attempted that four-year run at a degree is aware of this, and even though we know it’s tough, many of these things catch us off-guard year after year. With that in mind, 4Tests has put together a quick reference […]
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Applying for Internships after College

Graduating with your college degree does not necessarily mean you are ready to enter the job market. When you want to become a strong candidate for any job, you may first consider applying for internships to give you more experience in the field. Before you apply however, you should learn these important facts about these […]
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