Career Planning: Getting Your First Job [Infographic]

Jan 12, 2018 2:16:00 PM

Preparing yourself to enter the work force is no easy task, which is why we've created this handy infographic with tips that can help you get your first job. The idea of going out into the real world on your own can be overwhelming. You might feel like you don't have the right skills for jobs you're applying for or that you just don't interview well. Whether your looking to gain experience to enhance your resume or are looking for tips to fine tune your interviewing skills, we've got you covered.

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Topics: Jobs, Post-Graduate Employment, Adulting!

Fall Budget Bites... Meals for College Students

Sep 22, 2017 9:37:00 AM

If you're a college student or recent college grad and feel like you don't have a lot of money for food - or any dinner inspiration - this one is for you! As a recent grad, I know it can be really difficult to meal plan, get yourself to the grocery store, and work within a tight budget. "About 42% of millennials’ monthly food budget is spent on food prepared outside the home according to a survey last year by Acosta. Millennials spent an average of $202 a month on food prepared outside the home last year," according to a recent Wall Street Journal article.

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Topics: Financial Education for Students, Adulting!, Money Management