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JULIE'S TAKE: 1] Finding Yourself Professionally. An internship will teach you what you like and what you don't like professionally
Your skill portfolio can be made up of a great combination of a college degree and the various certifications necessary to land any job and make yourself an invaluable asset to your company and yourself.
Most humans prefer to socialize in groups but work in solitude, usually because the perception is they have more control over the finished product and will yield the benefits of a job well done. But business does not value that independent spirit in the same way.
Here are the ten highest paying majors, according to the National Bureau for Economic Research: Majoring in math- and science
Graduating college students might have an easier time finding gainful employment this year. According to a new survey from
Employers in the Midwest and the West will see the biggest increase in hiring, NACE's Job Outlook 2011 predicts. On average
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