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Maybe You Can Get Paid for an Unpaid Internship

Maybe You Can Get Paid for an Unpaid Internship

The internship may not pay, but there are other ways to support yourself while you're working!

By Peter Vogt
Published March 19, 2009
Get a Job: Federal Work-Study

Get a Job: Federal Work-Study

You can get a job through federal work-study.

By Roxana Hadad
Published March 9, 2009
5 Reasons Not to Date Your Co-Worker

5 Reasons Not to Date Your Co-Worker

If you met him at work, a relationship may not be the best idea.

By Chinsky Matuson, Career Expert at Monster.com
Published March 18, 2009
Top Ten Cover Letter Tips

Top Ten Cover Letter Tips

Land your dream job with these top ten cover letter tips.

By Damon Brown and Kay Peterson, Ph. D.
Published March 13, 2009
12 Ideas for Computer Science Graduates

12 Ideas for Computer Science Graduates

Explore these 12 ideas for computer science graduates.

By Allan Hoffman
Published March 12, 2009
Dealing with the New Reality of Entry Level Jobs

Dealing with the New Reality of Entry Level Jobs

Times have changed and recent graduates have to be adept at dealing with the new reality of entry level jobs.

By Peter Vogt, MonsterTRAK Career Coach
Published March 16, 2009
Top Tips for Internship Success

Top Tips for Internship Success

Follow these top tips for internship success.

By Roxana Hadad & Kay Peterson
Published September 3, 2008
Gap Year Programs for College Grads and Grad Students

Gap Year Programs for College Grads and Grad Students

Need a break? Consider a gap year.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published February 17, 2012
The 25 Best Jobs in America - 2016

The 25 Best Jobs in America - 2016

The 25 best jobs list was compiled based on the combined ranking within three categories: job openings, salary and career opportunities.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published January 20, 2016
Is Engineering for You?

Is Engineering for You?

If you like math and science, engineering is for you.

By Bridget Kulla
Published June 5, 2008
Not Your Usual Desk Job

Not Your Usual Desk Job

If you're looking for a job out of the ordinary, don't follow the usual path, create your own.

By Damon Brown
Published March 19, 2009
Career Profile: High School Teacher

Career Profile: High School Teacher

Interested in a career as a high school teacher? Learn more.

Published November 22, 2011
Alternative Science Jobs

Alternative Science Jobs

Check out these alternative science jobs.

By Bridget Kulla
Published November 5, 2013
How To: Arrange and Conduct a Job Shadow

How To: Arrange and Conduct a Job Shadow

Lacking summer plans? These days, you can’t afford to leave your resume blank for a few months. Outside of classes, you need to demonstrate to either colleges or future employers that ...

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published November 27, 2016
Health Care Career Myths Debunked

Health Care Career Myths Debunked

We've got health care career myths debunked.

By Jennifer LeClaire
Published March 13, 2009
Work in Retail

Work in Retail

If you're considering work in retail, check out these tips.

By Valerie Lipow, Monster Contributing Writer
Published June 5, 2007
Improve Your Resume Before Getting the Job

Improve Your Resume Before Getting the Job

Suppose you were able to give your resume the extra boost necessary to become noticed without another job?

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published March 28, 2014
Research Careers on the Web

Research Careers on the Web

Research careers that didn't exist 10 years ago or scroll through job search engines and find what is perfect for you.

By Kay Peterson, Ph.D.
Published June 2, 2009
My Internship at CNN

My Internship at CNN

Tavia helped put the news together during her CNN summer internship.

By Tavia Evans, Northwestern University
Published March 19, 2009
How Community Organizing Can Pay

How Community Organizing Can Pay

For a recent graduate, finding the right career can be daunting. Job markets are in flux and one year can bring many jobs and the next far too few. Fortunately, there ...

By Ryan Uricks
Published March 16, 2009