Many college freshmen encounter a culture shock when they first move into a dorm. After having your own bedroom, you must now adjust to living in a closet-size space with someone else. Here are 5 tips from USA Today to make the most of a tight squeeze. Continue reading
One of the most important decisions of a college student’s career is selecting a major. And there are a lot of options for undergraduate students today. From biochemistry to marketing, most students have dozens – if not hundreds – of disciplines to consider. If your transcript currently says your major is “undecided” or “undeclared,” check out this “Major Decisions” infographic to discover the best college majors, job statistics, highest-paying college degrees and career paths. Continue reading
Your major will pave your path to graduation and your future career, so you should do some research before deciding. If you’re not sure where to begin, here are a few things to consider. Continue reading
When it comes time to choose a major, expected salary after graduation is often a major consideration – but it shouldn’t be the only one. In addition to finding a career that’s fulfilling, you should also consider the availability of jobs in your field. Lawyers may have a high average salary, but there’s evidence to suggest that there are currently more law graduates than available jobs. Most of these careers require a bachelor’s degree, and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, are projected to see increasing demand through 2020.
Whether they’re looking for the right job, paying off student loans, or just can’t live without Mom’s homemade lasagna, more and more 20-somethings are moving back in with their parents after college. Continue reading