Entering the workplace after four cozy years at San Diego State can be scary. But there’s a heap of different ways to prepare for it and do what you want as early in your career as possible.
During the 2008-2009 school year, business majors dominated the American academic community with the largest number of degrees granted to undergraduate students. However, quantity does not always guarantee quality.
Annual gas price hikes came earlier than usual this year and hit San Diego especially hard.
With a large percentage of San Diego State students registered as business majors, it should be no surprise that any opportunity for students to collaborate with companies on new projects would be a hit.
Whether swimming in cash or drowning in a sea of debt, budgeting remains the most important aspect of financial success.
Every year, the time comes for many students to say farewell to San Diego State and hello to the job market.
For many, it has become nearly impossible to ignore the current economic situation.
Entrepreneurship is not just about business establishment. It requires brainstorming, planning, networking and determination.
In February 2004, Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes and Eduardo Saverin launched Facebook from a Harvard residence hall.
After years of aspiring to work for the imaginative world of Disneyland, Scott Sabens and Dylan Olson were both given the opportunity to live their dreams as Disney engineers.
In a society where supply and demand reign, the essential elements of dining, money and advertising revolve around consumer needs.
Today, educational inequity is a national epidemic. It is a sad truth that where a child grows up has a strong influence on the quality of his or her education, and a family’s economic prosperity directly effects the trajectory and scope of the child’s future.