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10 Reasons Influencer Marketing Should Be Taught in Schools

Influencer marketing has taken the world by storm over the last decade with Internet personalities on YouTube rising to unprecedented heights that were previously reserved for clients of the William Morris Agency. Now anyone with talent and savvy marketing skills can amass a following and make a good living. The bad news is that many […]
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Student Guide to Stimulus Payments: Everything You Should Know

Stimulus payments are still making their way across the country, and lawmakers are already showing a preference for a fourth wave to come. While that isn’t something you can take to the bank just yet, you should be cognizant of when these payments are coming, what they are for, and how you should be using […]
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7 Reasons For Your Low GPA and What to Do About It

Having a low GPA, or grade-point average, can be a source of frustration. This especially is true when it comes to getting into a college of your choice. One of the most important things you can do if you find yourself in the lower tier of your graduating class is to recognize it as soon […]
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5 Women in Technology Who Are Changing the World

Without the contributions of women in technology, the world would be a much more difficult place in which to live. Women have radically changed the way we interact with technology, as well as the way that technology itself is designed. As our reliance on technology increases and its power in our lives becomes more profound, […]
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How to Do More With Less: 10 Tips to Live Well on Less Money

Learning how to do more with less is something of an art form to college students. Mom and/or Dad usually paid for the roof over your head and the groceries in your cabinet. They might have given you money to spend. But as you got out on your own, the expenses started to pile up. […]
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Liberal Arts Degrees: Are They Still Useful?

Liberals have always been comfortable with being open-minded. They have always been good with questioning authority figures. They take a natural skepticism to issues that defy logic and rationality, but can apply the same skepticism to finding the truth. They value objective views and opinions, but don’t lose sight of the biases that can make […]
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Retirement Planning: 10 Things Students Should Learn Now to Prep for the Future

Retirement planning might not be at the top of your mind as you work your way through college. Who can blame you if it isn’t? Other generations have made such a wreck of things economically that the likelihood of “retiring” in the Boomer sense of the word is likely out of grasp. That said, we’re […]
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10 Biggest Threats to College Success and How to Avoid Them

Pinpointing the threats to college success is something you definitely want to do sooner rather than later. If you know what to expect, you know how to avoid them. And as if the step up in responsibility and merit isn’t enough, you’re going to have a lot of things coming your way that you might […]
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Make Friends in College With These 7 Easy Steps

It is not necessarily difficult to make friends in college, but you should be prepared to operate under a new set of rules. The friends you have in college are (hopefully) the ones who will last you the rest of your life. They differ greatly from most of your high school chums, and they should. […]
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7 Steps to Financial Independence You Should Be Taking Right Now

Financial independence means different things to different people. It really depends on what your expenses are, what your goals are, and how much money you’re making. One thing financial independence does not mean, however, is rich. You don’t have to be in the top one percent to be considered independent financially. You just have to […]
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