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Don’t Let Your Degree Dictate Your Career

On Jul 3rd, 2017 | Career, College

In 2009, I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in journalism along with several of my friends. Despite working our tails off for that piece of paper, many of us are working in fields completely unrelated to our degrees…

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Our Baseball Road Trip Budget

On Jun 26th, 2017

After going to my first baseball game at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, Mich., I was hooked. I told my father that I wanted to visit
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Not-So-Extreme Couponing

On Jun 19th, 2017

Long before TLC's “Extreme Couponing” got everyone hyped up on saving money by clipping coupons and building a big grocery stockpile, many people were already
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Keeping Track of Your Credit Score

On Jun 12th, 2017

Do you monitor and analyze your credit report? If you don't, you should. Being aware of your credit score is crucial as your credit determines
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Dress to Impress for a Job Interview

On Jun 5th, 2017

The National Center for Education Statistics predicts that more than 1.6 million students will graduate with bachelor's degrees this year, which means competition for entry-level
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19 Simple Ways to Rock an Interview

On May 29th, 2017

There's a lot of information on the web about preparing for an interview, but I find most of it unhelpful. Here are some real-life, tried
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Spring Break on a Budget

On May 15th, 2017

I would watch with envy as my friends booked trips to Miami, Jamaica and other such warm weather hot spots where you could spend
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Could These Saving Habits Cost You?

On May 9th, 2017

Are you a diligent saver? A penny pincher? You probably have your own tips and tricks for saving a chunk of cash here or squeezing