Living Abroad: Things That Tend to Go Unmentioned


How to live abroad when you at the ripe age of 21 and do want to get the chance to discover what the world can offer you? Having no desire to “settle down” and “grow up” completely, with the bachelor degree in hand, I moved to Germany to work as an au pair for a year. One thing that I knew for sure at that right moment - ...

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How to Clarify the Types of Post-Secondary Students in a Class?


Talking about your social circle, you probably have some friends studying at the university or college. They may be not just your acquaintances but truly close friends, while others may not seem to be that intimate and familiar for you.One way or another, here is a guide of various types of students you are going to meet within the walls o...

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How to Overcome Procrastination


Almost every student faced procrastination. Scientists say that people avoid and postpone assignments that bring unpleasant emotions, and instead of them, they do things that can give short-term pleasure. We begin to experience a feeling of guilt and shame in such situations, and because of this, we continue to be inactive even further. However,...

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How To Get A Job Of Your Dream


Every day, young people around the world are trying to find work. Many students even while studying in the college want to find a part-time vacancy. However, work search is not a very easy task and not everyone is lucky from the first time. Job Application Tips for Quick and Effective Work Search Create An Accoun...

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When and Where To Look For Work


The job search for students is not an easy task: many young people want to earn money, and at the same time, they need to study. Here are a few tips on how to find a good side job for students. The most suitable time for finding high paying part time jobs is spring because in this time the period of vacations starts. Students and beginne...

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