Emily Driscoll Archive
Published March 04, 2013
While there are a variety of resources job seekers can use to find jobs, it’s also important to consider where top companies are the most likely to find candidates online. Here’s what career experts say are the best places to be seen and how grads can make themselves visible.
Published February 25, 2013
Here’s what credit experts say are legitimate reasons to cancel a card and how grads and students can complete the process without hurting their credit history.
Published February 22, 2013
Here’s what the experts say students and families should consider when deciding to stay close to home or go away to college.
Published February 20, 2013
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid can be confusing to navigate but for low income families, it’s especially important to file correctly to ensure they receive the maximum amount of aid they are eligible for. Here are four tips for families to make the process go smoothly to avoid leaving money on the table.
Published February 18, 2013
Despite navigating a tough job market, grads can end up finding a position where they can find career satisfaction and job stability—here’s what graduates should look for in different positions and industries to build on their career in the long run.
Published February 15, 2013
Now is the time for incoming freshmen to start their search for free money from scholarships. Here are insider tricks to get the most money and find opportunities to make college more affordable.
Published February 11, 2013
A new study shows that students who helped pay for tuition got higher grades than those who did not contribute to their education at all. Here are expert tips on how parents and students can split the responsibility of tackling college costs without breaking the bank.
Published February 08, 2013
For students finalizing spring break plans, here’s four ways to make their time off more affordable with budget tricks and alternatives to the typical spring break norms.
Published February 06, 2013
As recent grads navigate a recovering job market, colleges are preparing their students for business ownership as a viable career option after graduation by offering entrepreneurship courses. Here’s what experts say students can expect from these courses and how the curriculum can help them realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
Published February 01, 2013
Confidence is an important element in landing and maintaining a job, but it’s hard to hold your head high when the job market is weak, especially if you’re a recent grad with little to no experience. Here are four tips to boost your confidence and land a job.