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The job prob: Forecasting your future in the job market

Rate this article and enter to winHow can you maximize your career prospects in our fast-evolving professional world? How can you use your time as a student to position yourself for the job market...
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The 10-dollar challenge: How to eat healthfully on a budget

Rate this article and enter to winIf you’re like many students, you need to stretch your dollars when it comes to food. Here’s a challenge: Make 10 dollars worth of groceries into enough meals...
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Lean on me: Using a mentor to support your success

Rate this article and enter to winWhen Lisa T. transferred to a four-year university to complete a bachelor’s degree in social work, she found herself needing a mentor to help her stay on course,...
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What’s next? Conquering your fear of the future

Rate this article and enter to winBooks. You’ve been immersed in them for a long time. But now it might be time to turn the page to a different chapter. Whether you’re getting ready...
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The job prob: How career services can help right now

Rate this article and enter to winYou understand the importance of interacting with your instructors and finding your favorite study space—but what about using your school’s career services? If you’re still in the dark...
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Get going! What to expect when traveling abroad

Rate this article and enter to winOne of the best opportunities while in college is the option to study abroad. Programs are available all over the world, and range from a few weeks to...
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How to pay for school when you can’t

Rate this article and enter to winPaying for college sure can induce a sense-of-humor failure. But at Student Health 101 we had to find an upside, so here it is: The cost of higher...
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5 questions to answer in your cover letter

Rate this article and enter to winAbout 50 percent of the respondents to a recent Student Health 101 survey think cover letters are essential for making a good impression on prospective employers, but about...
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Budgeting for the year ahead: Track, spend, and save

Rate this article and enter to winNow a fourth-year at Ashford University in Iowa, Teresa R. grew up the middle child of five. “Our family never had a lot of money and with five...
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Present yourself on paper: Effective résumés and cover letters

Rate this article and enter to winIn this increasingly competitive job market, your first chance to make an impression is often the only one you’ll get. Most employers spend no more than 10 seconds...