Life & Style
On Saturday, celebrations all across the nation erupted in the streets when Joe Biden was announced as the 46th President of the United States. Kelsey focuses on a few cities and how its citizens celebrated Joe Biden's victory.
I could use some help figuring out my options after graduation. I’m a college senior preparing to walk this May. I’ll be graduating with a degree in psychology. I’ve been exploring possible career opportunities but find that the task is pretty discouraging. Despite my major, I really don’t want to go into psychology or psychiatry.
I recently heard someone on the news talking about making money from your money. What does that mean? I always thought the only way to accrue money was by getting paid. Now I am interested in learning about the different things I can do with my money. Is it possible to earn more without having to work for it? It feels like it’s too good to be true.
I could use a second opinion. My big brother is a private contractor for a security firm in Dallas. He got the job a few weeks after returning home and being discharged from the Marines. The whole family was relieved when his tour of duty concluded. We expected that he’d be out of harm's way one he settled back into civilian life, but that hasn’t been the case.
I’m considering a career in social work. I know that you can become a social worker with an undergraduate degree, but I also know that there are graduate degrees available in the discipline. I could even get a doctorate!
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