Easy Ways to Keep Calm During an Interview

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Interviews can be terrifying. There’s a lot riding on such a brief moment in time, and if you don’t respond in just the right way it can cost you a potential job. So how do you remain relaxed when you’re put in a high-pressure scenario that can determine your next place of employment? Here are some simple tips to help you...

The Secret to Paying Off Your Debt

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Studies show that the average American household is $137,063 in debt. This kind of debt places an immense burden on how you spend your income. It can also affect your credit score, wreaking havoc on your credit utilization ratio. So how do you prevent debt from taking over your finances? Radio host, author, and businessman Dave Ramsey suggests using a...

First Steps to an Online Degree

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Have you decided it’s time to earn your degree online? You’re in good company, at least 33% of college students take an online class. Pursuing an online degree is particularly smart if you find yourself unemployed and want to start working on your education now but need the flexibility to take another job if you find one. And there...

3 Tips to Convince Your Boss You’re Productive When Working Remotely

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Did you know that about 8 million Americans work from home? Working from home seems like the holy grail of working arrangements. You hear a lot of great stories like people having time to keep up with laundry during the day, or people working in yoga pants and a t-shirt. Some of those stories are true, and there are...

How to Stay Organized as an Online College Student

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College student life can be tough! If you’re a part-time or full-time online student with other work or family obligations, it can be even tougher. According to U.S. News World Report, most college students in the U.S. are now over 25, so that means you’re not the only student who has a whole lot of life to juggle along...

Meditation vs. Working Out

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We know, you only have so many hours in the day. Every morning you wake up to news articles about how this, that, and the other thing can improve your health or productivity. Try this new food, or that new superfood, or this antioxidant, or that vitamin and everything about your life will improve. It can be tough to...

Post-Interview Thank-You Note Tips

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You tend to start collecting piles of advice when you’re in the market for a job. Everyone has that little tip or trick that they’re sure helped land them the cushy job they’re in now. And while there are probably a lot of great tips in the advice you’ll receive, there’s one suggestion you’ll probably receive that can indeed...

Is it Time to Finish Your Degree Online?

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Being a college dropout is basically a cliche. Kanye West’s album ‘The College Dropout’ resonated with so many Americans for a reason—it’s a classic story. How much is dropping out part of the American experience? Well, one in three college students will drop out. Let that sink in for a moment. It’s a pretty big percentage. Considering the advantages...

Prime Online Job Search Tips

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Sure, we’ve all heard the old stories, your grandma used to look in the newspaper classified section when she needed a new job, then she’d hit the pavement and start leaving her resume at reception desks all over town, but things just don’t work like that anymore. Nowadays if you aren’t maximizing your online job search tools, you’re missing...

How to Pay for an Online Degree

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For many people, finding a way to pay for college has always been one of the greatest obstacles to obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Often times prospective students, or their parents, look at the cost for tuition and realize it is far beyond their ability to afford. That’s because 53% of American families need to borrow money in order to...