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YOUNG MONEY offers career and job articles, advice and tips from a career expert, professional job trainer, image expert to help college students and grads with job search and career and career strategy.

Best Entry-Level Jobs for College Grads

A college senior reviews the 2006 edition of “Best Entry-Level Jobs,” which features 74 different companies’ entry-level jobs, data for deciding if a job is the right one, and tips for helping you land the job.

‘Millenials’ Are ‘Eager But Anxious’

‘Millenials’ are optimistic about their careers but many lack financial skills. Highlights of Millennium Generation Studies by Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.

Between college and executive lies ‘business casual’

It’s hard to know what will go over well in an office environment, because the dressy/casual line is blurred and every company is different.

On the Job with ESPN’s ‘Dream Job’ Winner David Holmes

David Holmes reveals how he went from being an unknown college student to ESPN sports anchor overnight.

Need Money for School? Try a Co-op

Co-op programs help students earn job experience, good wages and college credits.

How To Negotiate a Bigger Salary

Keep these simple rules in mind when the salary issue comes up in your job search.

Don’t be Cheap When Job Hunting

Skimping on career search gear can keep you from landing the job you want.

Informational Interviewing – How?

Offers tips and advice on how to interview those involved in the career field of your choice for information. Includes examples of related information.

Job Outlook Strong for College Seniors

Thousands of graduating college seniors have good reason to believe that there is a light at the end of the job-hunt tunnel.

Job Spotlight: Financial Services

Looking at career options? Financial services just might ‘add up’ for you.