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    I refuse to work for an asshole. Many will say that I’m snotty for this mentality or I’m a millennial so I’m clearly entitled. And guess what? People are allowed their opinions. I refuse to work for an asshole. And by asshole, I mean the rude, arrogant, domineering type of personality who doesn’t care about ...
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    How many of us grew up with parents who had to get up early to be able to make it to the office on time? Or how about the parents who had to get up SUPER early because of their long commute? Babies learn from observing the world and people around them. As they get ...
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    “Ugh… I don’t want to go to work.” How many times do you think you say that in a week? Too many times to count, maybe? Yeah, we all make the same complaint. Usually, though, we just mean that we’d rather sleep in and do nothing. But, there’s a big difference between not wanting to ...
  • freelance
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    Growing up, I always knew I wanted to be a writer. My free time was spent writing stories about my friends, family, and events that happened in my life. It kept me occupied for hours. As I grew older, writing became therapy as I struggled with depression and the difficulties that grief and illness bring. ...
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    A few months back, while I was trying to figure out my future after graduation, I thought it would be smart to look into ways to improve my resume. Just like the millions of other college students getting ready to graduate college, I wanted my resume to look more impressive than the other people applying to those ...
  • Major Shaming
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    Millennials have a problem with bashing college majors that are stereotypically “unmarketable” amongst ourselves and by others who are older and self professed to be wiser when it comes to what degrees yield jobs and money. The idea that college majors that are related to computers, math, and the sciences are the most lucrative is ...
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    We are all familiar with the line, “it’s not personal, it is just business” but somehow the instances where we hear this always feel personal. In fact, many of us consider these moments some of our greatest personal failures. So, how do we go about changing these moments? My answer is, realising that the best ...