Category: Career Development

The Impact of Student Debt on Your Career

Student loans are incredibly common; around one in eight Americans have them. In the United States, they are one of the biggest sources of debt. On average, the typical outstanding amount of education debt is between $20,000 and $25,000, but that amount can be more or less depending on several different factors. Around one-fifth of […]

Recent Grads: A Step-by-Step Guide to Easily Get Hired

Congratulations! You’ve recently finished the long and arduous journey to get your diploma, and now you’re about to start the next phase of your career: finding a job. As a recent grad, there’s good news. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of November 2021, the unemployment rate went down by 0.2% to […]

SMART Goals: Importance, Benefits, and How to Write Them

For those looking to grow, get ahead, and keep their focus, goal setting is a natural part of life—both personally and professionally. Goals help you measure how far you’ve come, encourage you to stay motivated, and give you a reason to keep pressing forward. If you’ve ever tried setting or reaching a goal before, you […]

How to easily build connections early in your career

In today’s competitive job market, networking is more critical than ever. More importantly, it’s vital to make sure you’re connecting with the right people. You never know when a professional relationship with another person is going to come in handy in your career. The sooner you start building a network of connections for yourself, the […]

Overcoming Struggles Employees Face When Working From Home

Working from home can cause you to lose your sense of motivation. Mondays feel even more unbearable than you remember, and you look forward to the weekends more than usual. It’s suddenly easier to procrastinate and put deadlines off or wait until the last minute to get everything done. The issues and tasks that felt […]