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What is the easiest way to balance college, homework and part time work?

I am going to have/need all 3! Would love some advise! #working...


Active yesterday

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Posted by Emma J.
Rodrigo Valadao | Regional Commercial Leader (XLP) for Digital Solutions at ... Hi Emma!The easiest way is to prepare your agenda on a weekly ...

What are some tips on balancing between school, work, and hobbies?

I am quite at time-managing but sometimes, I can also fall victim to procrastination. #time-management...



Active Mar 05 at 16:57

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Posted by Kemi L.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps <span style="background-color: transparent;">You have to set a routine for yourself and ...

How do i manage working and going to college while still having time to learn the things i need to in my classes?

I need to find a job when i go to college in order to help my parents in paying for things and i would like to know how to manage school and a job in the best way. #working...



Active Jan 16 at 12:36

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Posted by Mackenzie S.

What is some advice for someone who just graduated highschool ?

I am about to graduate and I know that i want to work with technology/ repair #graduate-school...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Samantha L.
Aishwarya Balchander hello, Let me just give you a few tips and tricks ...

What is the best thing I can do outside of school to prepare for college and beyond?

Right now I am a high school student and am wondering what to do with what free time that I have. #degree...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Adam H.
Saman Djabbari | Sr Analyst, Sales & Operations Planning Adam this is a great question and one that probably seems ...

How will having a job my first year in college effect my education.

I plan to work hard to keep money in my pocket while I'm away at school but I also want to maintain at least a 3.5 throughout my 4 years. #college...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:16

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Posted by Taleya L.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Taleya, Thank you for the question. I certainly appreciate your ...

Whether it is best for a student to focus on completing their education during their summers away from school or to focus on working and providing income?

It has been my dream to pursue a graduate education in the liberal arts for the purpose of teaching at the university level, in order to contribute in enlightening and sharpening the minds of future generations. To accomplish this goal, I am currently a graduate student seeking a doctoral...

#summer-courses #graduate-school #working


Active Jan 19 at 11:23

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Posted by Joseph Z.

Financial Help for school

I am currently trying to go back to school and have applied for FAFSA, I barely got any money and my parents have no saved money for me to go to school. I have a job that pays minimum wage but want to better myself, I will most likely have to take out a ton of loans. I have applied for...

#financial-aid #working #scholarship


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Samantha R.
Jeremy Jessup | Service Metrics & Reporting Analyst at Dell Hello Samantha, This is a tough, but important question. First, I ...

Is It Doable to work full time and go go school full time

I was wanting to hear peoples experience working full time and going to college full time because I will probably be in that situation #college #money-management...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Matthew G.
Dawn Damico | Ops and IT Professional It is doable. I worked full-time and got my MBA in ...

Is it hard to have a boss?

Hi my name is Diego and I'm a freshman. I want to know if it's hard to have a boss. Do you have to do whatever they say, and is it hard to do things you don't agree with? I don't really like doing everything my teachers always say all the time, but I do it anyway because I want good grades. And...

#jobs #working #boss


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:00

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Posted by Diego P.
David W | Community and VIP Manager at Zynga Diego, I think what Ruchika said is accurate. To add on, ...

What is the key to working with people?

In most career fields it is important to work with others. Even if they will not be desirable people. #working #assistance...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:58

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Posted by Jamal J.
Devanshi Dave | Associate Project Manager at LinkedIn Listen to the person and understand their perspective (where they are ...

How do you juggle being a full-time student and working part-time?

I am a full-time college student who also works part time in the I.T. field. I am curious to hear how others properly juggle receiving an education full-time all the while gaining work experience by working part-time. #college #education #student #working...



Active Mar 03 at 15:11

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Posted by Eric J.
Brendan C. | Program Manager - Customer Experience and Strategic Programs ... Eric, First, I want to commend you for being a full-time ...

Lets say you finish college and loved learning about what your career would be like and you loved everywhere you interned, but what do you do if you start your career and you hate it?

I am about to be a sophomore in college and currently I'm loving everything I have learned about the career I want. I have not interned yet but I am just curious what someone would do if they finish all their schooling and then get to their career and don't like it. I want to know how they...

#career-path #career-change #working #career-paths


Active Feb 26 at 11:34

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Posted by Hailey C.
Carolyn Kiel | Digital Operations Training Manager This is a good question! These days, it's very common for ...

What are some tips for building a resume that will stand out?

As an undergrad student with no work experience, what are some other sections that I can add to my resume to stand out? I want to show my employer that even though I've never had an official job, I have acquired skills that make me suitable for the position. #jobs #job #resume...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:34

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Posted by Shakuan F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below.

registered nurse

is it difficult going to school and working? #nursing #jobs #school...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Arliene A.
Teresa Bentley | NICU Nurse Manager at Baptist Memorial Hospital for ... Dear Arliene, Yes! It is difficult to go to school and ...

when becoming a nurse which degree is better to get first, MSN or BSN?

Hi, I am a sophomore who is interested in being a neonatal nurse. I know that obtaining a BSN takes longer so would it be best to start off with that one and obtain a MSN later when I am working to gain the experience that is needed? #nurse #healthcare #degree...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:59

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Posted by DejaCodman2 .
NurseSandy Getting an MSN first is not an option. Here's how nursing ...

Is it appropriate to add work experience in a place you weren't officially employed at in your resume?

My parents own a grocery store, and when I was a young child, I would help by doing simple tasks such as putting away shopping baskets, aiding cashiers with bagging groceries, and bringing shopping carts inside the store. I also worked at the deli section when it first opened and took orders...

#working #resume #career #work #job #employment


Active Feb 27 at 08:09

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Posted by Paajcha Julie X.
Saurabh Jain | Finance Development Program, Dell As many have already pointed out, you should list it to ...

How to stay awake?

Junior year is fast approaching, and I've been having trouble with sleep. Not getting to sleep, no, but waking up. During the school year in particular, if I am tired I will drop dead asleep. No exceptions. This often leaves work unfinished and/or causes lateness the following morning. How do I...

#studying #mental-health #studying-tips #working #sleeping


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Abby L.
Alifia C | Information Technology and Services Professional How can you stay awake naturally? Try some of these 10 ...

Where can i Expect to find the most opportunities for a forensic chemistry degree?

I live in Texas and I know the demand for science degrees are low, but I would like to know, if not in Texas, where is the biggest demand for those working in my degree plan. that way I can start thinking of places I need to go after graduation. #science #chemistry #forensic #masters #women...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by tia F.
Valerie Corson | Retail Support Specialist Tia, I would talk to your school councilor and have them ...

When working in the career of Journalism, is it as exciting as many people say? Or does the suspense come for certain types of areas of journalism?

I've always wondered what areas of Journalism are more exciting than the others. I mean, Journalism should be fun either way, but I've always wanted to know which ones brought about the most excitement. Which parts of Journalism spark that rush of love for the career? #career #journalism...

#newspaper #news-writing #breaking-news #working


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Alaysia B.
Rebecca Searles | Social Community Editor at The Huffington Post Any area of journalism that has "news" will also probably have ...

What can you do with you Psychology BA degree?

I know i'm not the only one feeling this way, but as I'm graduating soon (next year), I'm a bit nervous and I wonder what are the options out there for psychology major students? I don't want to jump into grad school right away since I haven't figured out which field I really want to...

#life-coaching #working #psychology #volunteering #career #undergraduate #career-choice #graduate-school #career-path #technology


Active Nov 20 '17 at 15:19

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Posted by Cindy L.
Jake Krishnan | Leader - Digital Strategy and Implementation Hi Cindy First, Congratulations on your upcoming graduation next year. Its ...

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