Juggling a job with their college course load is something many students have to do. Some studies suggest that if you hold down a part-time job during your higher education years, you could get better grades!
While every graduating class has its own unique story, there’s no doubt that the class of 2020 has one of the best of the bunch. They finished their classes online, their prom was DJed, and, of course, they graduated in the midst of a global pandemic.
Graduating is the most gratifying moment for students as they are gearing to professional life eager to showcase the detailed knowledge amassed while studying.
Waiting sucks. Have you ever been excited to go to the airport and wait in the security line? What about waiting to buy tickets at the amusement park only to wait in line for a 45-second ride that leaves you queasy and regretful? Exactly. No one likes to wait.
If you’re nearing the end of your studies in and beginning to approach the job market, the number of employment and career possibilities out there might seem overwhelming, especially if you’re undecided about what type of work you would like to do.