Jun 17: Best from the blogosphere
June 17, 2013
By Sheryl Smolkin
This week we provide links to blogs and articles for students and new graduates.
On GetSmarterAboutMoney.ca the Investor Education Fund provides Money essentials: A survival kit for students, including how to manage student debt so it doesn’t get out of control.
If you are trying to avoid student debt altogether, read Toronto Star consumer columnist Ellen Roseman’s profile of two young men who finished university without applying for student loans. They just wrote a book called More money for beer and textbooks.
Don’t miss the Harvard Business Review’s Twelve rules for new grads. My favourite is “learn to listen and listen to learn.”
Does every interesting job you apply for require experience you don’t have? Take a look at How to get hired if you are unqualified on New Grad Life.
Finally, Gerald McGroarty shares Five secrets to finding a better work-life balance on BrighterLife.ca.
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