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Should You Use A Recruiter?

Whether you have been working for years, or you are just starting to job hunt, using a recruiter may help you find some prospects you didn’t think were out there. That said it's important to have the right expectations when deciding to work with a recruiter. With that in mind, here are some of the pros and cons of using a recruiter to help you on the journey to a job.

Stay on Track by Eliminating Digital Clutter

You may not think of it this way, but your computer desktop is a lot like a top of an actual desk. You start off with your essentials, the things you really need to get work done on your computer. Then stuff starts piling up, both good and bad: unread emails, to-do lists, games, social media, and more. These items are the “digital clutter” in your life.

Seven Tips for Transition: How to Make the Jump From Work to School

Going back to school after starting a career can be challenging as you readjust to academic life. Here are seven tips to make the transition smoother.

Shopping & Schoolwork: Survival Guide for Black Friday

We’ve prepared a guide to help you survive Black Friday while keeping your schoolwork in mind.

Surviving Thanksgiving: Don’t Let Studies Slip on Turkey Day!

In this blog, we’ll provide some awesome tips designed to help you balance Thanksgiving fun and your studies.

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