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Management Tip of the Day: Curate your personal job feed

BOSTON (Reuters) – Looking for a job today can seem to require an advanced degree in data analysis, but there are ways to navigate the ever-shifting landscape of job boards, social networks, apps and more, says Harvard Business Review. The Management Tip of the Day offers quick, practical management tips and ideas from Harvard Business […]

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Use Social Media in Your Job Search

BOSTON (Reuters) – Many of us hate the shady, behind-the-scenes deal-making that often marks office politics, but it is the reality in many workplaces in how power is doled out, and instead you should make it work for you, says Harvard Business Review. The Management Tip of the Day offers quick, practical management tips and […]

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Europe and the Eurozone: The Latest Crisis

It seems like the media are relentless in their reporting of the ’Eurozone crisis,’ ever since it was established in 2002 and the latest headlines concern the political activities of France and Greece.  Even though the UK is not technically part of the Euro, you would be naive to think that this means that the […]

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Did You Just Graduate College Without a Job? Here Are A Few Options …

  We have all seen the headlines. It’s been a common occurrence for a few years now. College students are graduating with little or no job prospects. Questions like the one posed here on a Yahoo! message board are all too common. Articles like this one talk about how over half of the graduates 25 years […]

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Author & Professor Mitchell Weiss on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On Tuesday, March 27, 2012, David Domzalski of the Financial Bin spoke with Mitchell Weiss, Author of Life Happens: A Practical Guide to Personal Finance from College Through Career and professor of Finance at Hartford University. Mitch, a former lender and financial CEO, has a unique perspective on the financial lives of young adults. Unlike […]

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How To Get Something Out of College (Since You’re There Anyway)

I went to school to become an accountant. I knew I loved money and budgeting. I loved planning and business. I did not love T-Accounts. I do not like long hours and I really hate busy season. I wish I would have known that. It would have made the years after college much better. It […]

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A SPECIAL CASE OF THE MONDAYS …

On one particular Monday a few weeks, I got into my car and started my hour and a half drive into the city to my job. The first third of the drive is a pretty landscape of farm homes, horses, and rolling hills. During this part of the drive, I often think of how happy […]

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The Real Purpose of Education

On TV, they show all of the 18-year-olds packing up the car, going off to a beautifully-landscaped campus where they spend the next four years drinking, partying, changing majors, and experimenting with all sorts of things — to one day graduate with a ton of loans and very little clue about the real world.  Is […]

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