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Wages for Young College Graduates Remains the Same as in 2000

New report shows the reality young workers will face in today's job market

New report shows a stagnant in wage growth among college graduates for the last 16…

By Courtney Connley

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Despite an Improved Economy, Millennials Are Still Likely to Be Unemployed

New report shows average unemployment for young workers doubles the national average

Find out why today’s job market is still less than ideal for millennials.

By Courtney Connley

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Black Students Out-Voted Their Peers in 2012. Will They Do It Again?

A new study raises the question of whether black college students will continue their record-breaking voter turnout

A new study raises the question of whether black students will continue their record-breaking voter…

By Hailey Wallace

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10 Common Health Issues Entrepreneurs Face

Take heed to protect your biggest asset: Your well-being

With busy schedules and high stress, many entrepreneurs face health issues. Here are 10 to…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Looking for Some #MondayMotivation: Give these Podcasts a Try

Listen to these weekly episodes for career and business inspiration

These podcasts will give you the motivation you need to have a great work week.

By Courtney Connley

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These 10 Smart Twitter Accounts Can Change Your Life

The key to dynamic resources, inspiration, and events are one 'follow' away

If you’re just a young entrepreneur making that dream a reality, follow these 10 startup…

By Janell Hazelwood

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National Poetry Month: 5 Young Black Wordsmiths Who ‘Rock the Mic’

The roots of hip-hop are still alive and these word slingers are ruling the day

It’s the 20th Anniversary of National Poetry Month

By Janell Hazelwood

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How Law School Changed My Perception of Entrepreneurship

Law school made J.R. Garrett a better businessman. Here’s why

…”Law school not only prepared me for the legal profession, but it also gave me…

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The Pros and Cons of Owning a Franchise

Should you or should you not let others do the work for you?

Find out why you should, or perhaps you shouldn’t, take on a franchise as your…

By Safon Floyd

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Trump Supporters Paint Over Memorial Honoring Deceased Omega Psi Phi Student

James Madison University has been caught in a social media firestorm after a troubling on-campus incident

The students stayed up late into the night on Friday to finish painting the rock…

By Hailey Wallace

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How to Network When You’re an Introvert

Tips for overcoming your networking fear

Tips for networking and building new connections when you’re an introvert

By Courtney Connley

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Jayana Johnson

How Coding Helped This Young Professional Double Her Salary in One Year

Jayana Johnson shares her journey to becoming a UX Designer for MasterCard

Jayana Johnson shares how coding helped her to double her annual salary and land a…

By Courtney Connley

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Spendthrift Kids Can Dig Deep Debt Hole with Credit Cards

Teach kids how to use credit cards with care

Bernie Sanders is onto something. One of the strong headwinds handicapping U.S. economic growth is…

By Gary Rawlins

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Simple Healthy Eating Tips for Millennials on the Move

Tamika Catchings shares 5 tips for young professionals

In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world, it’s easy to neglect important things in life like healthy…

By Mia N. Hall

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Think Global, Act Local [Part 1]: How One Washington D.C Organization Makes Positive Impact

Local organization talks ways to make a global impact

A Washington D.C. organization, Think Global Act Local, talks ways to make a global impact.

By Kandia Johnson

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grants

Sowing Seeds: 3 Fundamental Focus Areas That Produce Harvest of Success

Zelia Z. Wiley, Ph.D., interim associate provost at Kansas State University, shares tips

Zelia Z. Wiley, Ph.D., interim associate provost at Kansas State University, shares three fundamentals that…

By Marquita Miller

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Designer Launches Online Space to Showcase Ingenuity of Black Women

Tomorrow Looks Bright curates impactful projects and products to showcase black women creators around the globe

Tomorrow Looks Bright curates impactful projects and products to showcase Black women creators.

By Kandia Johnson

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[WATCH] Kennedy Center Names Q-Tip First Artistic Director of Hip-hop Culture

Founding member of A Tribe Called Quest named artistic director of hip-hop culture at the Kennedy Center

Q-tip, a founding member of A Tribe Called Quest named Artistic Director of Hip Hop…

By Kandia Johnson

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interview questions

Dealing with a Recruiter: 5 Simple Do’s and Dont’s for Landing the Final Interview

Aisha M. Taylor, coach and co-founder of TAYLORmade Professional Career Consulting, shares tips

Aisha M. Taylor, co-founder of TAYLORMade Professional Career Consulting, shares tips for job candidates going…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Black Professionals

Tinder Says These Are the Most Attractive Jobs For Men and Women

List of the most right-swiped jobs in the U.S.

Tinder releases a list of the top swiped jobs for men and women.

By Courtney Connley

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“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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