The day all college students work hard for is quickly approaching for some like myself. Between hustling and bustling through the last few classes you have, signing graduation forms, and ordering the cap and gown, this big moment in your life just passes by and leaves you with one mission…to find a job.
In this economy, jobs are still hard to find, but not impossible for a recent college grad. There’s a lot you can do to simplify the job hunt and make yourself stand out as a candidate for the job. I’ll be sharing with you some tips and ideas that will help you stand out when on the job hunt.
SPRING BREAK! This joyous time-off from school typically accompanies Easter at most universities and colleges. Through my experience, students either use Spring Break as a time to catch up on their coursework or party (wherever that may be). But being that the national student loan debt grew to $1.2 trillion, how are students partying? (At least, guilt-free)! I don’t want to be a buzz-kill considering many of us are fed up with winter and are dying to give up shoveling for spring weather. With this in mind, there are ways to still enjoy your Spring Break without “breaking” the bank.