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  • New Law Helps Find Jobs for Veterans

    The VOW to Hire Heroes Act, signed into law in November 2011, calls for the creation of a program that pays for unemployed veterans to receive training in fields where skilled workers are in high demand, as determined by the U.S. Department … Read more...

  • Take Harvard and MIT Classes for Free!

    Two of the country's premier academic institutions -- the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University -- have joined forces to launch an online education initiative that might just "reinvent education," according to Anant … Read more...

  • How to Pay Off Student Loans Faster

    Did you know the average 4-year undergraduate has $18,625 in student loan debt that will end up costing $25,720 between now and 2022? Being saddled with that kind of debt often leads to putting off major life decisions such as getting … Read more...

  • 7 Hot Jobs for New College Grads

    The month of May brings us Mother's Day, the Kentucky Derby and -- most importantly -- college graduations. After four long years of toiling and late-night study sessions, graduates have their caps, gowns, and that diploma is waiting for … Read more...

  • 11 Ways to Raise Employable Kids

    Family togetherness is a wonderful thing, until your thirty-year old starts sending drink orders from the basement and commenting at breakfast that it "sure would be nice" if you’d remember to use fabric softener on his t-shirts. Toddlers … Read more...

  • Foul Ball: How One Interview Question Can Lose You the Job

    For job seekers, know that every question that you are asked might have a deeper meaning. Follow directions closely, and think about why the interviewer asked what they did.& For employers, if you are looking for a specific skill, ask … Read more...

  • Networking Tips to Land Your First Job

    Are you planning a transition “from college to career?” You won’t want to miss out on advice from Lindsey Pollak, a recognized expert on next-generation career trends. She recently released a new edition of her terrific book, Getting from … Read more...

  • 4 Tips for First-Time Job Hunters

    The biggest mistake most new job seekers make is not taking enough action. A lot of people spend way too much time sitting at their computers scrolling through job listings while they should be taking lots of other actions, such as visiting … Read more...

  • Post Traumatic Licensing Disorder

    I have kept in touch with many of my old military buddies over the last 2 years, and frequently hear stories of highly decorated combat medics who are not properly registered EMTs; or a truck driver that was tasked to convoy 5000 gallons of … Read more...

  • MIT for Free

    The new initiative, dubbed MITx, will have no admissions requirements or application process. Participants will be able to access course materials, interact with faculty and communicate with other students. There will be no charge to take … Read more...