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The Silver Lining Around This Recession/Depression Cloud

So by now we all know the statistics.

The economy is suffering and because of that post-grads are suffering as well. More college graduates are left without job prospects than ever before, and maybe even more importantly, more college graduates are moving back in with their parents than ever before. 483 more words


This Post Grad Life: Taking Responsibility Like a Big Girl

I’ve spent my entire life blaming other things for my misdoings.

I ate your entire loaf of Cottage Bread last night while making toast on the George Foreman?   647 more words


This Post-Grad Life: It's All One Giant Balancing Act

Balance is really a simple science: if you have a scale and you put a brick on one side and a feather on the other, the brick is hitting the floor. 723 more words


This Post Grad Life: Great Expectations Lead to Great Disappointment

To be honest, I don’t remember much from reading Charles Dickens’ book Great Expectations when I was in seventh grade, but I do remember being extremely scared. 755 more words


How To: Make the Most Out of Your Next Career Fair

The following post is written by Mary Katherine Furnier from University of Tennessee, one of our many friends at Uloop, a student powered marketplace. … 731 more words


Surviving Senior Year: Getting Personal

I still haven’t written my personal statement yet.

You know, the one that more or less says “explain yourself in 700 words or less.” The one that asks you to take the last four yours of your life and make them fit in an essay. 605 more words


Guest Post: Job Hunting Advice for College Seniors

Note: this post comes from Gotta Mentor and was written by Gotta Mentor CEO and Co-founder Ron Mitchell.  You can find the original post here… 400 more words