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How To Ace The Interview

As we all know, Interviews can be painful; especially since the advent of the behavioral interview-where employers added a whole new level of questions to help determine not only your skill-set, experience, and goals, but to better understand your personality and how you handle situations. 746 more words


Weekend Reading

1. Erin Cusack on How to Get Out of a Winter Funk. It’s funny how the perspective you need finds you exactly when you need it. 134 more words


Movin' On Up

A strange thing happened to me last week. I got promoted. Strange because it has never happened to me before, because I didn’t think it would happen, and because it was a big leap from where I was. 289 more words


I am. Are you?

When I was a little girl, adults used to ask, “So, what do you want to be when you grow up?” nearly every chance they got. 646 more words


In 5 years. 

It’s one of those questions that parents ask their children whether they are 3 years old or 25 years old; “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Actually it may start off as as that but gradually, over the years, it might change to be said in a more accusing tone, with the implication that person being asked is somehow whittling away their life. 486 more words



So as you may or may not already know, this semester I’m studying abroad in Florence, Italy! Classes haven’t started yet, so I’ve had a lot of free time to go exploring through the city all week. 487 more words

Marywood University

The Gig Economy

Online selling, personal taxi services such as Uber, and renting a spare room to tourists, are examples of an increasing number of people generating or supplementing their incomes by trading goods and services online.  165 more words

Financial Planning