After last year’s challenges finding internships and job opportunities, you may be worried about how college student will fare this year in their search. The news is mixed –but not hopeless.
Read on for the latest and to find out how you can best support your student in staying on track to achieve their goals despite finishing school during such a chaotic time.
More high school students than ever are taking a gap year – deferring their college enrollment for a year (or a semester) to temporarily pursue other interests. While it’s becoming more common, it’s still something most families aren’t familiar with.
Here’s what you need to know about the benefits and drawbacks of a gap year and how to decide if you might benefit from one.
The job market is always changing. Grads with certain degrees and/or skill sets will find themselves in more or less in demand as the economy and technology evolve and shift the need for workers in certain fields.
Usually, those changes happen gradually over time, but big events can accelerate change. Just like the growth of the automobile killed off buggy-whip manufacturing, we’re already seeing the COVID-19 pandemic have an impact on certain fields.
Keep reading for the scoop on how the pandemic has affected which jobs and skills employers of all kinds will expect from grads they’re hiring.
College offers a lot of benefits: personal growth, a chance to make lifelong friends, an environment of creativity and learning.
But let’s face facts. It’s also a huge financial commitment and even if commanding a huge salary isn’t your ultimate goal, you want to know that the major you choose will lead to a career track that at least lets you live comfortably.
Between virtual learning, the cancellation of beloved events, and fewer chances to socialize safely, the pandemic has taken a toll on college students this year. No surprise that many college students report their mental health has taken a turn for the worse.
Read on for ways to identify if your kid is wrestling with anxiety, depression or plain-old burnout. And if so, what you can to do help.
© 2021 Nitro College. All Rights Reserved.
Disclaimer: The information obtained throughout the Nitro site is intended to be used for educational purposes only. All product names, logos, and other trademarks displayed within the Nitro site are the property of their respective owners. Here at Nitro we strive to provide you with accurate, up-to-date information, but suggest checking the source directly. We recommend consulting a licensed financial professional before making any financial decisions. This site may be compensated through our partner relationships. NitroCollege.com is not endorsed or affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education.