Turning Back the Clock: May Job Numbers Look like 2007 and 1999

The words “pre-recessionary job market” is music to any American’s ears. If the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s latest Employment Situation Report is any indication, these times have arrived.   March may come in like a […]

Hobbies Today, Careers Tomorrow

Tick, tock, tick, tock: Your future is calling your name, and it’ll be here before you know it. You may be trying to survive and pay this month’s rent, but that’s no reason to lose sight […]

On a Roll: June Jobs Report Beats 1939 Record Streak

What does Jeopardy! winner Ken Jennings have in common with the latest June U.S. jobs reports? They both know what it’s like to be “on a roll.”   The U.S. economy is plugging ahead full […]

How to Prepare Young People For Jobs That Don’t Even Exist Yet

Those who went to college in the 1980s and 1990s and majored in fields such as education and the social sciences may never even have considered working in fields like engineering and computer science. Their […]

Financial Aid 101:Your Options and What You Need to Know

College is expensive but that doesn’t mean you can’t earn your degree. There are lots of financial aid options out there and with the variety of opportunities available, chances are that one of them will […]

Financial Aid Myths – Debunked

There’s a lot said about financial aid and it can be hard to distinguish between fact and fiction. Different types of financial aid have different requirements so broad statements about who qualifies for financial aid […]

Common Financial Aid Questions Answered

Qualifying for financial aid is one of the most common ways students pay for tuition, text books, housing and other costs associated with going to school. In fact, most students use some form of financial […]

Do Students Need Laptops?

In the current technology-fueled environment, it has become necessary that every college student have a computer, preferably, a well functioning laptop. While many students purchase their machines to keep up with social media and to […]

Habits of College-Focused Teens

A new report from the National School Boards Association examines information about the 12 percent of high school graduates who don’t enroll in college by age 26. By looking at the habits of individuals who didn’t […]

Get it Together: What you need to Complete the FASFA

In order to qualify for any sort of government aid will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  This document will help the government better understand your financial situation and help them […]