News and Articles About College Graduates
The first is to accept failure as "the new normal."
You may find yourself with an influx of applications from new entrants to the job market. How do you find the best?
Why you should stop chasing the perfect job and start creating it.
Convince America's smart young grads to forego law school and med school in favor of a business startup.
The founder and CEO of mobile app Snapchat spoke at the University of Southern California Marshall undergraduate commencement ceremony. Here's a synopsis of his best thoughts.
The time between graduation and the first day of work is a crucial opportunity to get ready for the rest of your life.
When you're an entrepreneur, every penny counts. Recent grads looking to launch their own businesses can save a little money -- and still have a life -- by getting deals on everything from computers to movie tickets.
Somewhere among your family, friends, Facebook friends and friends of friends you'll find the people who will help you launch your career.
A new Gallup poll finds that waiting to earn a degree until age 25 or older does not hamper a graduate's subsequent income.
Most likely, someone in your organization is disengaged, and all their potential is falling through the gap. But there's a simple solution.
The way most Americans pay for college -- a patchwork system of loans, grants, and scholarships from colleges -- was largely created generations ago, when fewer people went to college and when the price tag of a college was a lot less.
A Waze manager recalls his painful decision to leave his native turf, California's Central Valley, to explore greener entrepreneurial options.
Generous mentors pave the way for a would-be startup staffer, one with a very positive attitude.
To ensure your career doesn't hit a dead end, make sure you anticipate industry moves and catch the next big wave.
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