If you’re a college student, you’ve probably heard the buzz about Twitter. Many people, even upcoming graduates, might find Twitter to be more of a “post your thoughts” social tool, akin to text messaging. But in reality, Twitter can be a valuable job assist tool for every college graduate, especially in such a competitive marketplace.… 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


Graduation is quickly approaching for many college students across the country. They will be facing an unstable job market with only a slight sign of recovery. But for many, the competition will be fierce, leaving them with few options after graduation. Many have labeled this the “boomerang” generation—faced with few job prospects and mounting debt,… Read More


Many community colleges and universities are entering articulation agreements in order to allow students in high-demand fields to transfer from a two-year school to a bachelors degree-granting institution. Under these agreements, community colleges are often able to offer the university's courses on their own campus, which allows students to stay closer to home while they… Read More