24 Easy Ways To Make Money On The Internet

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1. Website Building If the internet is a country, then websites are like real estates. I’m hoping by now you have a general understanding that real estates are valuable in the physical world – digital real estates work the same way. By building a website, you’re creating your own plot of online “land.” You can fill this land with whatever you want, but you have to promote it through social media (and anywhere… Read More

10 Things You Do That Blow The Interview

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Below I have listed 10 Things You Do That Blow The Interview 1. Your Attire Your interview attire is outdated messy too tight to loose (Dress pants shouldn’t look like pajamas) slutty (ladies!) too revealing too flashy. Sometimes you won’t find these dress codes in writing; but if you look around you’ll find that all employees are dressed in a similar way. Take note: It is always better to be slightly overdressed… Read More

Internships After Graduation?


Graduation is a very major milestone in everyone’s lifetime.   After years of continuous studies, quizzes, assignments, and tests, you are finally free to take your first steps in your professional life. However, that is a major test in itself nowadays. With the economic downturn, finding a good job is nearly impossible because of the number of applicants jumping at every good opportunity. What you can do to improve your odds however… Read More

50% of new graduates are jobless or underemployed


The college class of 2012 is in for a rude welcome to the world of work. A weak labor market already has left half of young college graduates either jobless or underemployed in positions that don’t fully use their skills and knowledge. Newly grads with bachelor’s degrees are increasingly scraping by in lower-wage jobs — waiter or waitress, bartender, retail clerk or receptionist, for example — and that’s confounding their hopes a… Read More

8 Qualities of Remarkable Employees by Inc.com


Great employees are reliable, dependable, proactive, diligent, great leaders and great followers… they possess a wide range of easily-defined—but hard to find—qualities. A few hit the next level. Some employees are remarkable, possessing qualities that may not appear on performance appraisals but nonetheless make a major impact on performance. Here are eight qualities of remarkable employees:   1. They ignore job descriptions. The smaller the company, the more important it is that… Read More

What Job Recruiters Look For On Your Facebook


If you are looking for a job, or have recently, it’s likely that you’ve utilized social media to search and apply for jobs. In addition to keeping in touch with friends, social media is a great way to sift through the various job listings and learn more about the companies you are interested in. In some instances, you can even use social media to submit your job application and resume. However, has it… Read More

Class of 2012: More jobs, bigger paychecks


NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — This year’s college graduates are being offered more jobs and fatter paychecks. Members of the Class of 2012 are being offered median starting salaries of $42,569 — up 4.5% from last year, a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows. Meanwhile, they have more jobs to choose from. Employers expect to hire 10.2% more graduates this year than they did last year, according to… Read More

The 10 Best Cities for Young People to Find Jobs


By LEAH KONEN, The Fiscal Times For recent college grads, the future may seem bleak. In 2010, employment among young adults was at the lowest rate since World War II. The average college graduate carries more than $25,000 in debt, and millions of them are trading sexy dreams of big city lofts and office happy hours for a not-so-sexy reality of cruising job sites on Mom and Dad’s couch. If you’re a… Read More

Want to Be Unemployed? Get This College Degree


By BLAIRE BRIODY, The Fiscal Times What’s the degree with the highest post-graduate unemployment? It’s not English (editor’s note: I majored in English!) or philosophy, Architecture, a once-thriving industry that’s been severely battered by the housing crash (though the former two don’t exactly bring in the big bucks either). A study released Wednesday by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce found that among recent college graduates with undergraduate degrees, architecture… Read More

Top 5 Strangest College Degrees: Hobbies vs Degrees


We could make a fortune selling education to idiots – College I am not going to outright say these degree are stupid but I will outright say that they’re strange and seemingly useless. (harsh words, I know) But what gives me the authority to decide what degrees are irrelevant. See for yourself! Below I have complied a list of The Top 5 Strangest College Degrees   1.  Bowling Industry Management While I recognize… Read More