The Wall Street Journal Student Edition – It Could Help You at College

If you are at college studying finance, accounts, or business then there is every likelihood that you have been making plans for signing up to the Wall Street Journal. I’d guess this is because you’d like to learn about every current news flash incident occurring globally or maybe you just desire an authoritative look at global political and trade investment topics. No matter which the situation may be, you ought to review...

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Small or Large – Which Campus Size is Right for You?

Did you grow up your entire life with the same twenty kids you graduated high school with? Or did you feel lost in the crowd at your large school with hundreds of other faces roaming the halls? You might not have gotten to choose the size of your high school, but you certainly have a choice when it comes to college. Will you choose a small or large campus? Here are some things to consider when deciding which is right for you.  ...

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Engineering The Different Way

Gone are the days when engineering meant mechanical and civil and computer engineering. If you happen to think engineering is still limited to these three, you need to wake up and look around. The possibilities that the engineering profession offers you are not only limitless but also very exciting. If you are considering a career in engineering, you already know more than enough about those fields in engineering that most engineering...

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How to Make Time for Fun at College

When lots of people think about college, they think of frat parties and red Solo cups. Indeed, lots of people party much harder during their college days than any other time in their lives. But the truth is, college is a lot of work. Most people are juggling a full course load and a job. Between going to class, working, and studying, there just isn’t much time left to let loose and have fun. If your schedule is packed to the...

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Should You Get a Second Bachelor’s Degree?

Photo by icebourg Congratulations! You’ve graduated college, and that’s an impressive feat no matter who you are. So what are you going to do now? Hopefully you’ll find a good job in your field, but that’s getting harder and harder these days depending on what you studied. What about continuing your education? Plenty of people go on to get their Master’s, and in some career fields it’s necessary. If...

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