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Should I Add my Temp Jobs on my Resume?

Sometimes the most relevant experience you have is the experience from your temp jobs. Use it. Read More…

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Devos Catches Heat For Student Loan “Scheme”

As the impeachment inquiry in Congress heated up, Betsy ‘the gift that keeps on giving’ DeVos, Trump’s Secretary of Education, also caught a little bit of heat. Not for undermining US foreign policy initiatives by strongarming Ukrainian politicians, but for floating the idea … Read More…

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Cory Booker’s HBCU Plan

Cory Booker’s fledgling campaign (he might not be on the December debate stage) has recently announced that if he becomes president of the United States, he will support giving HBCUs and other minority serving institutions up to $100 billion. Booker’s HBCU plan doesn’t … Read More…

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