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5 Unconventional Ways To Search For Internships

It may be fall semester but it's never too early to start searching for internships. Regardless of the field you hope to go into, internships are a great way to gain practical experience. Not to mention, they serve as a great resume builder. Whether you want to work close to [...]

6 Job Paths For English Major Graduates

Whenever you tell someone you’re a college student, the first thing they’re going to ask you is either what institution you attend or your major. When one of those doesn’t satisfy their standards, they’re going to ask you what you plan on actually doing with your life. Even though I’m [...]

How To Deal With A Toxic Co-Worker

Whether it’s at the job putting you through school or the one with a desk post-degree, they’ve all got them: toxic co-workers. No matter how they earn their title, toxic coworkers are sure to be a pain in the workplace. Regardless, these people shouldn’t get to infect you with their [...]

5 Reasons To Get A Part-Time Job While In School

Some fear the idea of having a part-time job while in high school or college. Whether it's in the food industry or retail, working a job that isn't necessarily directly linked to your career is actually very helpful in the long-run for several reasons. Here are five reasons to consider [...]

Save, Spend, Splurge: 6 Purses For Every Budget

As young women breaking in to professional careers, it’s important to look the part. After all, the adage “dress for the job you want, not the job you have” rings true for a reason. That being said, if your budget doesn’t quite match your ambition, there’s still hope. FFL is [...]

Your Guide On How To Write A Good Op-Ed

If you're reading this, it's likely because you're politically minded, have a lot of opinions, and know that one of the most effective and popular ways of communication in our increasingly partisan world is the op-ed, or the opinion editorial. Every major news outlet, and almost all of the smaller ones, [...]

9 Mistakes Recent College Grads Make When Looking For A Job

Growing up you’re told that getting a college degree is the key to a well-paying job and successful life. If you’re a recent or upcoming college grad, you know that it is rarely that simple. Job hunting is stressful. You’re in your early twenties trying to figure out what you [...]

5 Ways To Keep In Touch After Your Internship Ends

The summer is winding down. Soon, you’ll be leaving your internship and going back to campus. You had a great summer at a wonderful place of employment and you don’t want to lose any progress you made. If you’ve really enjoyed your summer internship, you want to make sure you can [...]

6 Best Work Purses For The Professional Woman

As young and upcoming professional women, we are always trying to look our best in the workplace. It is crucially important to dress to impress and follow the advice of your supervisors to make sure that you are dressed appropriately for the office. One factor of your outfit that is [...]

The 6 Commandments Of Quitting Your Job The Right Way

Deciding to quit your job or your internships never an easy decision. It is one that is come to after some serious soul-searching. However, when you do decide to quit, you want to make sure you do it the right way. Even if you hate your boss and your coworkers [...]