Emily Driscoll

Masters Degrees: Are They Worth It?

A new report shows that master’s degree graduates in many fields realize significantly higher starting salaries than their counterparts who hold bachelor’s degrees. Here’s what higher degree hopefuls should consider when weighing out the pros and cons of going back to school.

401(k) Tips for Recent College Grads

Whether grads start contributing towards an employer 401(k) plan or an individual plan, it can be confusing for inexperienced investors to choose the right plan for their needs.

6 Items Every Grad Should Have on an Interview

From having the right wardrobe options to presenting their resume in a professional format, here are six things every grad should have in their job interview preparation kit.

What College Freshmen Should and Should Not Pack

When packing to go away to college for the first time, incoming freshmen may be feeling overwhelmed—here is a rundown from packing experts on what students should and shouldn’t bring for dorm room living.  

Should You Get a Dog in College?

It may be tempting to get a dog while in school, but many students may not be factoring in the time and money that a four-legged companion requires. Here’s what pet experts say students need to consider before bringing Fido home.

How to Connect With Your New College Roommate

Whether incoming freshmen have opted to have a roommate selected at random or will be sharing a space with an acquaintance, here are four expert tips on how to make the initial connection and how to get the roommate relationship off on the right foot.

7 Apps to Help Grads Land a Job

Grads who are on the job hunt may need a little extra help when it comes to finding job opportunities, staying organized with appointments and expanding their professional network—here are seven apps to help.