The Constant and Elusive Endeavor of Financial Security

There were no more clear demarcations indicating when work, checking emails and working on assignments ended and when sleep, time-off and relaxing began. It should be less about being the most successful kid on the block or the most famous alumnus and a little bit more about happiness, contentment and internal parameters.

Taking Risks and Being Spontaneous in Academic Life

There is a certain thrill to life in being spontaneous – impromptu adventures and last-minute plans can often end up being the most memorable. But how do you apply spontaneity to school and college life, a lifestyle that can seem so rigid and structured? In this article, I’ll give you my tips on how to have this approach towards your studies.

9 Skills that Will Help You Resolve Conflict at Work

In this article, we’ll be going over different methods for conflict resolution. These skills include active listening, compromising, and maintaining your composure.

Unveiling the Myths and Truth about Networking

During the era of COVID-19, individuals might be seeking out guidance for career, internship, or college related applications. One of the most useful tools to help guide you in the process of applying or opportunity-searching is to network.

My Pathway to Pharmacy School

I started my journey to pharmacy as a undergraduate student at Arizona State University studying microbiology.

Using Linkedin to Connect with Professional Mentors

Linkedin is a great way to connect with alumni of your post-secondary institution as well as recruiters for companies that you may be interested in working at. In this article I’ll outline a couple of ways to go about obtaining a professional mentor to help you achieve your professional goals.

OP-ED: Should Student Loan Debt be Forgiven for Healthcare Workers?

he American Medical Association (AMA) has proposed to Congress that something needs to be done and has endorsed The Student Loan Forgiveness for Frontline Health Workers Act. The bill would affect all employees that are directly interacting with COVID-19 patients including doctors, nurses, aides, residents, interns and technicians.

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