The Face of Recession: How to Handle Student Loans

It used to be that a college education practically ensured your chances of obtaining a well-paying career in your field of choice, usually right after graduation graduation.  However, times have changed.  More and more people are pursuing college degrees and, therefore, the competition is high.  To make matters worse, college graduates face the tough realization Read More …

Don’t Let Student Loans Ruin You

Today’s high tuition costs necessitate loans for many college students.  Loans have become so common that hardly anyone thinks about the consequences of this debt.  It’s a smart investment in your future, right?  Not always.  First, interest on loans is accruing daily (once you graduate for subsidized and while you’re still in school for unsubsidized).  Read More …

Jobs for Analytical Types

Analytical skills are important for many high demand jobs in a variety of fields.  Analytical types enjoy using data and facts to reach a conclusion.  If this sounds like you, the following jobs jobs might be a good fit for your personality. Budget Analyst Budget analysts analyze and develop budgets for organizations and government agencies.   Read More …

Private College Experience-Public College Price

Public universities offer a variety of extracurricular and academic options and are generally less costly than private colleges. However, private colleges don’t usually suffer from overcrowding like public universities and they allow for more interaction with professors.  Fortunately, public universities offer some alternatives that provide the benefits of  a private college without the cost. Branch Read More …

Jobs for Introverts and Extroverts in Each Field

I’ve focused on introverts in a past article because introverts are more limited in terms of what careers they can pursue. Since I don’t want to leave extroverts out, I’ll suggest some good jobs for introverts and extroverts within each field. Many introvert career suggestions will suit extroverts and visa versa. This post is meant Read More …