How do you land your first job when most hiring managers want experienced candidates? Whether you’re still in school, a recent grad with no experience or a career changer, you can get your foot in the door. Here are 5 tips: 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.
Nationwide and the brave men and women who serve in various branches of the military share a common connection–we both serve a noble purpose. Members of the military are charged with the responsibility of protecting lives and Nationwide is responsible for protecting what’s most important in the lives of our members. During a special ceremony on July 12, Nationwide CEO Steve Rasmussen signed a Statement of Support reaffirming Nationwide’s commitment to support associates who are called to active duty. Continue reading