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Amanda Trosen

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  • Maintaining Professional Resilience When Unemployed

    In today’s economy, it is an ever-increasing challenge to keep your career moving forward, especially if you’re currently unemployed. How do you do that if you have a gap in your resume? Below are some methods that will keep you fresh...
    Published on  December 23, 2014 to Career Planning & Development

  • Stay Physically Fit for a Healthy Career

    There is a direct correlation between physical health and a successful career. No wonder employers are seeing the benefits of fit employees and offering health incentives such as gym memberships and corporate race challenges. Learn more about the career...
    Published on  December 8, 2014 to Career Planning & Development

  • House Hunting Out of State

    Buying a house is a huge undertaking to begin with, but buying a house in a different state presents unique challenges. Here are some helpful tips on how to house hunt out of state.
    Published on  November 13, 2014 to Home Buying, Selling & Renting

  • Best Time to Resign from Your Job

    When is the best time to resign from your current job? There are some standard rules to follow, but exceptions always apply. No matter the reasons for wish to leave, you want to do it as gracefully and professionally as possible.
    Published on  July 17, 2014 to Career Planning & Development

  • Should You Quit Work to Pursue a Passion?

    Does it ever make financial sense to quit your day job and pursue your passion? There is some risk involved in following a dream, but taking time to develop and pursue your passion can also benefit you financially, personally, and professionally in...
    Published on  June 30, 2014 to Entrepreneurs

  • Going Back to School as an Adult: Make Your Experience a Success!

    When thinking about choosing a college, most people think about a High School Junior or Senior, or a recent High School Graduate. However, many students are above average when it comes to age and their circumstances are completely different.
    Published on  June 30, 2014 to College

  • Should You Buy or Rent?

    My husband and I have been renting for 2 years now, and as we’ve been contemplating buying a home, we’ve realized it’s not so cut and dry. Renting may feel like throwing money down the drain, but buying a home is a big investment that...
    Published on  June 16, 2014 to Home Buying, Selling & Renting

  • How to Choose a College: A 3-Pronged Approach

    Considering these top three factors will help you when choosing a college: majors of interest, location and price.
    Published on  June 2, 2014 to College

  • Want a Better GPA? You'll Have to Work For It!

    Students who work part-time throughout college have higher GPA’s and are more marketable than those who don’t. Workers who hold down full-time jobs and study part/full-time are more likely to burn out, drop out or just take much longer...
    Published on  May 23, 2014 to College

  • Should You Go to Grad School? Making a Sound Financial Decision

    If you are a current undergrad student, recent graduate, or a working professional, the thought of Graduate School has probably crossed your mind. Read on to weigh the pros and cons of Higher Education for your future.
    Published on  May 8, 2014 to Postgraduate Education

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