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Congratulations! You have accomplished something you worked long and hard for -- You graduated! You have your degree, and no one can take it away from you. Earning a degree is an achievement that you should be proud of. Now that school is behind you (for now …), it’s time to look to look for … Continue reading Workplace Tips for New Graduates
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Summer is the time to relax and have fun. Summer is the time to hang out with friend and family. Summer is for having adventures. Summer is for learning new things. Wait. What? Who wants to learn in the summer? Take the next few months to increase your computer skills, pick up a new job skill, or learn something new – just for fun.
I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in finance. I do not have any work experience. I am thinking of doing a Master’s program in finance, which starts this fall. I am confused if I should get my Master’s now, or should I wait and look for work? Will it be appropriate to do a Master’s program without any job experience?