Education has long been associated with a sense of accomplishment, meeting a person’s need for career advancement, and elevating one’s status in life. Now, new studies suggest that education is a strong determinant of how a person approaches life from an emotional standpoint. Warren Buffett, at 81 years old, is the chairman and CEO of… Read More


According to a study released by the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University, in May 2011, only 56% of college graduates in 2010 were able to find a job after graduation, as compared to the 90% of graduates from the 2006/2007 class. This statistic alone shows the sign of how hard… Read More


It is the time of year when student loan and grant refunds are issued. Most students will receive refunds worth hundreds of dollars. Here are 10 suggestions on how to responsibly spend yours. Keep it in your college. Student refunds are automatically mailed out to the student. But you don’t have to have it this… Read More


The Federal Government has released the latest data on employment and wages. The news on women’s wages is disheartening but not new: women must work for 16 months to receive the amount of pay their male co-workers (performing the same tasks) make in just 12. Women With College Degrees Women with college degrees, on average,… Read More


College graduates with generic degrees are a little more marketable in this precarious job market than those with specialized degrees. To illustrate this point here are four unique art-related jobs that just about any Art major graduate could apply for (and in fact, do well in).… Read More


According to a study released in January 2010 55% of people employed in the U.S. are dissatisfied with their jobs and/or careers. If you fall into this unhappy bracket, check out these five risks you can take to spice up your work week. They might be just the push you need to get you to fall in love with your career all over again.… Read More