2 minute I Hate My Job Survey

In order for me to prove to EVERYONE that we young professionals are more than selfies and ridiculous dance moves, I need YOUR feedback.

Recent College Grad Job Struggles

I recently graduated this past December with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. That’s more than six months ago, and I JUST LANDED A JOB. Indeed.com and internships.com were my best friends. I’d written more than 10 unique cover letters, changed my resume more than five times and had over 20 interviews. I’d even crossed…

Why I Majored in Journalism

There really are too many articles about college graduates, unemployed college graduates, majors to avoid, promising careers, etc, etc. And as my major – journalism – continues to get bashed, I again must speak-up for every writer out there by giving hope to upcoming as well as current college students who too are passionate, but…

Reaction piece: Better Colleges Failing to Lure Talented Poor

The New York Times published Better Colleges Failing to Lure Talented Poor based off a study conducted by Carolyn Hoxby and Christopher Avery, and it got me thinking about the pressure of applying for college, getting accepted and paying for it all. I’ve read many articles that analyze the “best colleges” and “best majors” with demographics,…

Help! I’m educated and jobless

Unemployed College Graduates, Crisis Continues After writing my recent 20something post that is dedicated to 20somethings who are starting their careers, I thought I would post a previously written feature story on two college graduates in their 20s who you may or may not be able to relate to. One has secured a job in…

Attending an HBCU

One-of-a-Kind HBCU Experience Bare with me as I try to condense my thoughts because this is a topic I have been talking about for three years now. But since I am graduating with honors and without debt, I feel like it’s time that I review parts of my HBCU experience. You may agree. You may…