In the Workplace

Congratulations, you landed an opportunity! Whether it’s your first internship or the start of your career, you’ll find the workplace is a lot different from school. We’re here to help you settle in, get along with coworkers, fend off office politics, and ultimately succeed in your career.

6 Things You Should Know Before Starting Your Writing Career

Starting a new career in any industry can be a scary endeavor, and that’s no less true for writing. Career writing is filled with uncertainty, more so than most other careers, but being a little more informed can help it seem less daunting. So if you’re a prospective writer, here are a couple of key Read more…

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Your Teaching Career: Why You Should Consider Teaching at a Private School

You’ve decided that you want to be a teacher and finally graduated with your degree. One major consideration to make is whether you want to seek employment in a public or private school. One type of school is not necessarily better than the other, but there are certain advantages that you get working in a Read more…

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Millennials in the Workforce: What You Need to Know

For all the talk of lazy Millennials, the truth is that we’re the largest generation currently in the US workforce. We are a gigantic and diverse group – born just before or after the turn of the millennium, we makes up almost twenty-five percent of the entire US population. We’re slowly but surely taking over Read more…

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What to Expect From Your First Job

When you are about to graduate from college, you will have high expectations about your first job. You might have had some part time jobs, which provided you with insight on what the business world might look like. Prospective employers may even approach you before your final exam and offer you a relatively attractive salary. Read more…

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How Important Are Internships?

Many college students may find after graduation that the job market now asks for more than just a Bachelor’s degree. Recruiters are expecting candidates to have experience fresh out of school and most will be looking for that experience through internships. Internships have become the new normal for college graduates. As a newly graduated student Read more…

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Travel Tips For Young Professionals

With the fast paced world of technology progressing at an alarming speed, face-to-face meetings are happening less often than they used to. They are being replaced by Skype calls and web conferences. However, they have not disappeared completely yet, and are still an important part of many people’s job descriptions. For younger professionals, they are Read more…

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Five Most Important Things You Should Do as an Intern

Brace yourselves, because the internships are coming! We all know it’s a jungle out there and most of you are confused about what to do when preparing for your first intern position. But, as always, we are here to help with that. This article will take you by the hand to show you the most Read more…

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How To Become a Successful Writer While Still in College

It may seem like a cliche, but most college kids are actually broke most of the time. Tuition costs and living expenses aren’t going anywhere, but if you’re going to school to be a writer, you’ll be happy to know that you can start making money now and build your portfolio before you have a Read more…

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How Students Can Stay Up-To-Date In Their Industry After Graduation

After graduating with a degree in your chosen field, it can be difficult to keep up with industry changes and trends. Even if your schooling has you up-to-date on everything you need to know now, changing technologies may leave you in the dark without a ready source of updated information. This is particularly true if Read more…

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How To Overcome Workload Burden

When you decide to throw your hat into the ring of self employed freelance writing, it might be because you’ve heard that some writers charge up to $200 per hour for their services. Whilst some high-profile, well-regarded copywriters might indeed have a solid enough reputation to be able to charge these kind of amounts for Read more…

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