The Best Paid Careers

A look at the average career salaries across the globe, the types of occupations that pay the most on average and a peek at their pay disparities. The Best Paid Careers Infographic supplied by Brighton School of Business and Management.

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What is your Mobile Recruitment Strategy?

More than ever job seekers are using mobile devices to browse for career opportunities over the internet. A LinkedIn survey revealed that 72% view company pages for career opportunities while 64% browse for them on company social media pages. More than half of the survey sample indicate they check company career pages for job opportunities from time to time. However, only a few businesses have their career pages optimized for the...

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How to write a resume for an $80,000+ job

Courtesy of: ResumeTarget.com

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Are College Costs Worth It?

Getting a college degree can help you get a new or better job, but is it really worth the cost? Colleges love saying that you’ll get so much more money after graduating with a degree, but the immediate costs are often too much for people. Are College Costs Worth It? Here are a few facts to consider before deciding if college is right for you. Common Costs Going to college costs a lot of money, but it also depends on what college...

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A generational approach of college student debt

There’s a common misperception that student loans are a “good” kind of debt, because it represents an investment in the future. Some even believe that a student loans are somehow different from other forms of debt, like credit card debt or automobile loans, and future lenders will be more understanding about the outstanding balance. Unfortunately, this is far from the truth. Regardless of how the debt is accrued, it...

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Paying the Price: The Rising Cost of Tuition

You’ve heard it before: If you want to get ahead in America, it’s best to head off to college for a higher education. However, paying for college has become a huge problem for many Americans, and the problem with tuition is only becoming worse. Paying the Price: The Rising Cost of Tuition Back in the nation’s early days, there were only nine pre-revolutionary universities, the first of which was Harvard in 1636....

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