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How to Make Money From Home Without Taking Off Your PJs

If only people regarded working from home and staying indoors for an extended period of time as socially acceptable. Oh wait — they do! As of now, our reality specifically caters to this exact fate. And while the circumstances that brought us into the daydream of an introvert should have arrived under less deadly terms,…

The Döner Project: My Berlin Budget as a College Student

Traveling abroad on its own sounds like a great expense, but Berlin is a city like no other. Artsy yet beautifully bleak, you’ll find yourself at the edge of the world. Though the city is quickly gentrifying, there are still many cheap eats and local spots you can visit on a night out. Here is…

‘The job market isn’t totally on its knees’: why there’s hope...

Record redundancies, rising unemployment and declining job opportunities: it’s clear that the pandemic has wreaked havoc on the jobs market. Those at the beginning of their career are especially vulnerable, with entry level jobs slashed by nearly a quarter and 40% of placements and internships cancelled.Students could perhaps be forgiven, then, for feeling gloomy about…

Online panel: how can universities help graduates survive the Covid jobs...

The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the labour market, the UK economy and workplace culture. While some industries are thriving, others are barely surviving. Young people will be among the most affected by this shift, with internships cancelled and fewer entry-level jobs available, including for graduates. So how can universities equip graduating students with the skills…

8 Things to Consider Before Applying for Your First Credit Card

Getting that first credit card is an essential part of “adulting.” We always heard about credit cards and credit scores in the past, and now they’re quickly becoming a reality. Before actually settling on a first credit card, you must consider numerous factors, like what kind to get, what additional fees you’ll need to pay…

Residents asked to leave London blocks immediately over safety concerns

Almost 900 people living in a six-block development in London are being moved out immediately because of serious safety concerns relating to the construction of the buildings. The residents, the majority of whom are students, were told at 11am on Monday that they would have to leave their homes on the Paragon site in Brentford,…

10 Costs to Consider Before You Commit to an Out-of-State College

Many students dream about going to college out-of-state. It’s the opportunity to go somewhere new where no one knows you and start again from the beginning. Some people choose to go away for better educational opportunities. Some people choose to go away because of the job market in the surrounding cities of the desired college.…

So You Filled Out the FAFSA: What Am I Supposed to...

Student loans are no joke. With college prices on the rise for over two decades, there’s no surprise that student loans are a necessity in many college students’ lives. But how exactly do they work? If you’re like most college students, financial literacy probably isn’t your highest skill set. Terms such as “subsidize,” “interest rates,”…

Give It Up, USC: Los Angeles Belongs to the Bruins

What looks blue, red and gold and sits pretty atop every travel bucket-list? Why, the City of Angels of course- streaked in a confusing mix of USC and UCLA colors. But the time has come to put an end to this age-old feud, for there can only be one winner, one true heir to this…

What Is a Good Credit Score and How Do I Get...

The day approached fast and with no warning: being an adult. In the adult world, you need to think twice before swiping your brand new credit card. The real world draws many endless questions from young adults who are ready to be independent and live under their own roof but don’t know where to start.…

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