A college education is a significant part of today’s competitive market. So job seekers being turned down due to lack of education because the job market is saturated with school grads are now seen by us. Being a college graduate places a candidate in a serious disadvantage. A degree in arts, economics, or technology doesn’t mean as much today as the bit of paper saying that one is a college grad. Economists refer to this as a screening/signaling device for companies. No longer are companies about what the college concentration of one is as far as they view the level that the potential employee is trainable, and has the discipline to be a great employee worried. This creates a college education ever more significant in today’s marketplace. Continue reading
So how do you find the right contractor for you?
I would start by asking friends and relatives to see if they have had any building work done recently. See if they are happy to recommend the builders they used. Don’t just trust their word though, ask to see examples of the work their builder has done. You may find that what a friend or relative thinks is good workmanship may not be up to the same standard as your expectations. Continue reading
Students residing off-campus want to help keep things flexible. Who knows they may want to move in with friends halfway through the semester, or summer job abroad could experience.
The challenge is that landlords reside in a less elastic world. They generally desire first and last month’s rent. They do not wish to hear your joyful story about getting this work-study grant in Nicaragua, thus having to break your rental. Continue reading