When it comes time to craft a resume, exactly what should be included? Relevant jobs are an obvious choice, but some hobbies and out of work activities might be worth mentioning, as well.

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John on June 3rd, 2010

Although jobs are getting harder to find, more young people are coping with the missing opportunities by enrolling in college after high school graduation. For those who still need to find a job this summer, there are a few things you can do to improve your odds.

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John on March 30th, 2010

One way to get your resume seen by more hiring managers is by publishing it in a place where they can quickly locate it through a search of important key words. Instead of trying to find the person with the job you want, let them find you!

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John on October 2nd, 2009

The September 2009 jobs report is bad news for students, job seekers, and investors alike. Yet some sectors requiring a technical education are still holding on strong.

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John on July 11th, 2009

The job market continues to decline but there are not many changes in the types of jobs lost or the general rate of the fall. Some majors are still doing better than others, and it may still be many years before other industries fully recover.

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John on May 19th, 2009

Despite early projections of massive job cuts and department closures, some states and districts are revising their education outlook now that federal stimulus funds have begun to work into the system.

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John on February 6th, 2009

Job losses mount again – the January 2009 report brings grim news to graduating college students and undergrads hoping to turn their degree into a profitable career.

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Jobs are getting harder to come by, how can students help to ensure that there is a job available for them when they graduate?

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John on December 1st, 2008

Students seeking money for college might go online – to their own blogs – to find an additional source of income. Instead of looking for magic bullets that will completely knock out the college expense, it makes a lot of sense to build up multiple sources of scholarships, financial aid, and independent income.

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John on August 7th, 2008

According to at least one college professor, the knowledge learned from hacking computer systems can be a vital tool in learning to protect against such attacks

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John on June 1st, 2008

Summer time is here and its a great chance to get a head start on your financial situation as a student. Here are a few ideas for staying active and earning money for college over the summer semester.

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With job losses reported and tough economic times expected, majoring in a high demand field is a good way to secure a successful career with top pay. Here are some hot majors to consider.

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John on December 6th, 2007

Blogging your way through school – using blogs to generate income, build networks, and organize research & personal ideas.

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