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Average Pay for College Graduates Lower Than 15 Years Ago

New report finds wages to be 2.5 percent lower than in 2000

New report from the Economic Policy Institute shows the average wage for college graduates is…

By Courtney Connley

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BE Modern Man: Meet Author, Life Coach, and the 19th Child of 21, Paul Lamar Hunter

The entrepreneur proves that limits nor lineage can determine the quality of one’s life

Paul Lamar Hunter is living proof that neither limits nor lineage can determine the quality…

By Daron Pressley

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Gov. Cuomo Announces New Efforts to Protect Nail Salon Employees

A new set of bill of rights will now be printed and displayed in nail salons across the city

Gov. Cuomo announces new plan to protect the pay and health of nail salon employees.

By Courtney Connley

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Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in High Demand

Finance, computer science and accounting top the list

Data from the National Association of College and Employers shows business-related majors are the most…

By Courtney Connley

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8 of the World’s Most Powerful Women You Should Know

Leading black women who made Forbes Most Powerful Women list

A list of leading black women who made Forbes 2015 World’s Most Powerful Women list.

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Degree-Holding Professionals Born Abroad Now Earn More Than U.S.-Born Workers

Data shows college educated workers born outside the U.S. have seen an increase in pay

New report shows that college educated professionals born abroad earn more than U.S. born workers

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MyBookBag Offers Subscription-Based Book Program for Independent Authors

Jessica Greenhill launched myBOOKbag to bridge the gap between authors and interested readers

Jessica Greenhill recently launched myBOOKbag to bridge the gap between independent authors and interested readers.

By Daron Pressley

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[REPORT] College Educated Professionals Saw Biggest Pay Cut Last Year

Data shows dip in the average wages of degree holding professionals

Data shows college educated professionals experienced a dip in pay last year.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Announces $30 Million in Funding for Summer Youth Employment Program

Funds will help expand job opportunities for local teens from low-income families

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces $30 million in funding to increase youth employment opportunities for New…

By Courtney Connley

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[REPORT] More College Graduates Are Landing Better Jobs

Report shows a decrease in underemployment rates for recent graduates

A report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that more college graduates…

By Courtney Connley

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What Employers Should Know About the Difference Between Millennials and Generation Z

Insights on how incoming young professionals define career success

New survey highlights the difference and similarities between what millennials view as career success versus…

By Courtney Connley

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6 Former BE Kidpreneur and Teenpreneur Attendees Discuss the Importance of Teaching Youth Entrepreneurship

Teenpreneurs reflect on lessons learned and impact of entrepreneurship workshops

Entrepreneurship is arguably the crux of wealth-building, but too often, particularly in the black community,…

By Christine Edmond

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How Being Raised By a Working Mom Can Lead to Greater Career Success

Study says daughters of working mothers tend to earn more than those who had stay-at-home moms

Harvard University study finds that working mothers have a positive impact on the career success…

By Courtney Connley

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Tips for Landing an Internship Last Minute

Keys for procrastinators to gain academically beneficial summer employment

Tips to locking in a last minute internship.

By Brittany Dandy

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Jessica Sutherland Talks Homeless to Higher Ed Nonprofit

An organization striving to change the stigma of homelessness one college grad at a time

Jessica Sutherland talks her nonprofit organization thats striving to change the stigma of homelessness one…

By Brittany Dandy

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Employers to Offer More Better Paying Jobs this Summer

Survey shows 53 percent of employers will have summer job openings paying at least $15 an hour

Results from Harris Poll show that employers are looking to offer more better paying jobs…

By Courtney Connley

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An Estimated 75 Percent of Workers World Wide Are Employed on a Temporary Basis

Report shows the job insecurity is felt by millions worldwide

Report from the International Labour Organization shows an estimated 75 percent of workers globally are…

By Courtney Connley

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Meet the Nation’s Oldest Park Ranger: 93-Year Old Betty Soskin

Woman hopes to inspire girls of color and advocate for lifelong learning

Betty Soskin, 93, is the nation’s oldest park ranger and takes pride in her ranger…

By Brittany Dandy

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Women of Power: Vernice ‘Fly Girl’ Armour Talks the Gutsy Move That’s Changing Her Life

The former Marine Corps officer is taking on a new, very important mission

Vernice “Fly Girl” Armour, a power women military veteran and successful entrepreneur reveal her latest…

By Brittany Dandy

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Los Angeles Becomes Latest City to Raise Minimum Wage to $15

City Council passes vote to increase wages to $15 an hour

Los Angeles passes a vote to increase minimum wages to $15 an hour.

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