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Considering Graduate School When Jobs Are Scarce star
Are you considering going to graduate school to improve your job prospects in a tough economy? Let's explore if that is the right option for you.

Could a Graduate Degree Hurt Your Job Hunt? star
If you have a graduate degree and have been told that you are overqualified for jobs you have applied for, you might be wondering if your graduate degree is hurting your job hunt. Let�s explore the potential reasons behind this and what you can do to counteract it.

Find a Job as an Adjunct Instructor star
If you are looking to supplement your income and you have at least a master’s degree you might want to consider adjunct teaching. In this article we will look at some of the things you will need to consider when starting your adjunct instructor job search.

From Campus to Career star
Taking advantage of your new graduate degree by finding a new job may not be easy. Let’s look at some of the ways to find a job that meets your goals.

How to Survive Your First Year of Graduate School star
Are you a new graduate student? Here are some tips on how to survive your first year.

Making Connections that Work star
A commentary on terminal busyness and the importance of establishing focus.

MBA Rotation Programs star
MBA Rotation programs are a great way to use your new graduate degree to prepare for executive leadership positions.

Mentoring for Fun and Profit star
Been in graduate school long? Put your "expertise" to work!

Monster.Com star[offsite link]
National job search engine with resume posting capabilities.

Networking in Graduate School star
Don't forget the importance of networking while trying successfully navigate graduate school.

Ph.D. vs. Ed.D. star
Considering a terminal degree? Confused about which way to go? Having a hard time understanding any real difference? Take a look at this.

Preparing for Admissions Testing star
In this article, Lynn discusses ways to prepare for standardized admissions testing (GRE, GMAT, MCAT, etc.)

Surviving the Defense star
Anticipating a master´s thesis or doctoral dissertation defense next semester? Here are some things to think about.

The Chronicle of Higher Education star[offsite link]
Job listings in academia from the Chronicle of Higher Education.

The Graduate School Application Process One Step At A Time star
The Graduate school application process can overwhelm and intimidate most anyone if you aren´t informed of the process. This article is aimed at breaking the process down into easy, digestible steps with practical advice along the way.

The Need for a Graduate Degree in Upper Management star
Sometimes a graduate degree can make the difference between being considered for an executive level position and not being considered. Putting graduate school on your personal and professional development plan can help open those doors.

Top 10 Things You Should Know to Prepare for Medical School Admissions star
In this article, Lynn covers her "Top 10" list of things everyone should know to prepare for medical school admissions.

What Motivates You? star
Have you given any thought to why you´re thinking about graduate school? Why you´re committing yourself to 2 to 6 more years of education? Maybe its time you did.

What Your Boss Wants You to Know About Grad School star
If you plan to work throughout your graduate program it is important to think about the experience from your manager's perspective. This will help you focus on what actions you should take and achieve your career goals sooner.

Working While in Graduate School star
Are you trying to decide whether or not to work while in graduate school? Let's explore some pros and cons.

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