Looking for some summer reading? CollegeAftermath is happy to announce that in celebration of the launch of our website redesign, we’ll be providing TWO lucky winners with a brand new paperback copy of “The Critical First Years of Your Professional Life” by Robert L. Dilenschneider and Mary Jane Genova [Citadel, 193 pages, published December 31,… read more »
When the best four years of your life are over.
Did you graduate college with a great degree, hoping for a fantastic job only to realize that your job as a barista at Starbucks is the safest fiscal option? Maybe that’s not the exact situation, but I’m sure you’re asking yourself “How can I insure my future family?” For some, now may not be the… read more »
Taking a gap year to travel after graduation is an established European tradition that has been growing more popular in the United States, seeing a 20 percent increase among Americans since 2006 according to Forbes. Gap year travel is currently most popular among high school graduates, but more college graduates are also taking gap years,… read more »
Thinking of applying for a job at one of the world’s largest tech companies? Check out this infographic contributed by Staff.com and you may be surprised what this internet leader looks for in its potential employees.
If you’re between apartments or spending the summer away from college, these excellent tips from Next Door Self Storage will help you cut costs, determine how much storage space you really need, and pack so none of your junk gets damaged. Nice!
There are plenty of things we know in hindsight; that’s why there are no superheroes with hindsight as a special skill. Here are five snippets of information that are born from the hindsight of people that have been in college. Use the tips to your own benefit. 1 – I wish I knew about MyMathDone.com service… read more »
Sixty percent of college graduates are in debt to the tune of $26,500, according to a report by College Board. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by monthly student loan payments and high interest rates, especially when entering a still-recovering job market earning entry-level wages. If you’re struggling each month and still not making it, it’s… read more »
You get up every morning and drag yourself through your daily routine. It’s all you can do to make it to work on time and slog through the day’s duties. You aren’t alone in your dissatisfaction, as Gallup reports that 20 million Americans are entirely disinterested and unhappy with their jobs. Some of this unhappiness… read more »
There are plenty of ways that you can improve your online presence. All of the tips below will improve your online presence and will also work to help improve your standing on the Google search engine results pages–especially if you ally many of the tips with your own website. Set up a Google+ Page and… read more »
So, you’ve just graduated for College and you may or may not have gotten a job (and if you did, it may not be the best paying one out there). Either way, you need a car to either get to said job or get to interviews. You may still have your old, hand-me-down ’95 Toyota… read more »