9 Business Acronyms You Need To Know
Apr18

9 Business Acronyms You Need To Know

We have all pretended to know what an acronym meant in a meeting or interview only to rush out and look it up later. Hopefully, this list from ResumeBear.com will prepare us better for the next time. Read the full list...

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The 12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time – CNN
Mar29

The 12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time – CNN

I usually have many issues with lists like this one. From “Who is that?” to “Are you kidding me?”. But this one hits the nail on the head. I am writing this on a Macbook in Microsoft Word while drinking tea from Wholefoods and listening to music with headphones bought on Amazon and delivered by FedEx. Google found me this CNN article and I will share mine with Facebook. To say this list has my number would be a...

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The Best And Worst Cities For Jobs This Spring – Forbes

The economy appears to be improving according to a ManpowerGroup survey measuring planned employment payroll growth in Q2.  As you’re looking for your internship or full time opportunity, here are the best and worst cities for jobs this spring. Best Greenville-Mauldin-Easley, SC (My hometown!) Knoxville, TN Syracuse, NY Oklahoma City, OK Tulsa, OK Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, ME Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT Columbus, OH...

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A Message for Students Planning to Study in the USA This Year
Mar20

A Message for Students Planning to Study in the USA This Year

Summer is here! Students planning to study in the United States can get ready for their classes in the fall by planning for their trip now. Americans look forward to welcoming new foreign students to college and university campuses over the next few months. Below are a few tips that we trust will help all of you pursue your education in the United States. Read the full article at...

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Do International Students Need to File US Taxes?
Mar13

Do International Students Need to File US Taxes?

by: Grayson Leverenz updated for 2012 It’s that time of year again. Accountants work tirelessly. People storm the post office at midnight. Those that underpaid mourn writing that check to the government. Those that overpaid rejoice that a return is on the way. And, yes, the government expects International Students to file.  In fact, everyone living in the US must report to the government, even if you didn’t make any money last year....

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Overcoming Career Anxiety – Harvard Business Review
Mar12

Overcoming Career Anxiety – Harvard Business Review

The paradox of choice in the US is very interesting: it’s hard when you don’t have enough and it’s hard when you have too much. I remember an international student telling me they were paralyzed by having too many toothpaste choices in the US. When you get to a certain level of aptitude, your career can feel the same way. Read the full article “Three Ways to Overcome Career Anxiety”...

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