Finding a work-study balance can be a challenge for college students

Eric Schwartzman
Eric Schwartzman
January 30th, 2017
2 minute read

  Students will need all the education they can get because the U.S. job market is getting tougher and tougher as technology has ramped up the need for specialization in many fields. College students face a challenge. Locking in on studies to maintain a strong GPA or trying to balance studies and part-time work. The… Read more »

Looking to innovate and expand your business? Hire a Student

Nicholas Maldarelli
Nicholas Maldarelli
December 6th, 2016
3 minute read
hire a student and innovate your business

It takes one idea to change the world. Some of the greatest inventions and business ideas originated in garages and dorm rooms across the United States. Consider Facebook, Dell, and Microsoft. All three were created or conceptualized by college students: Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell, and Bill Gates. The success stories of these college students will show why… Read more »

Quarterback Your Agency with the Support of Student Freelancers

Nicholas Maldarelli
Nicholas Maldarelli
November 14th, 2016
3 minute read
support your agency with student freelancers

The biggest challenge agencies face is staffing up and down to meet demand. Similarly, the biggest dilemma for American football coaches is deciding their strongest team. Agencies and American football teams have much in common; their desire to win, to grow and to make money. However, their most important strength is their underlying team. Let’s use football as an… Read more »

Online Jobs for College Students Require Online Resumes

Nicholas Maldarelli
Nicholas Maldarelli
November 7th, 2016
4 minute read
online jobs for college students need online resumes

We can all remember our very first interview. Sweaty palms and anxiety mixed with a new outfit and a fresh haircut. Most importantly, one single piece of paper that explained why we were the best candidate for the job. First impressions matter in job interviews, but to get an interview you first need a resume that is captivating… Read more »

Top Five Paying Online Jobs for College Students

Adam Thornhill
Adam Thornhill
October 20th, 2016
4 minute read
top five paying online jobs for college students

A day in the life of a college student: Wake up, go to class, study, work, sleep, repeat. Since the Great Recession, the number of college students seeking out part-time work has skyrocketed. MarketWatch suggests 80% of America’s college students “are working hard, taking on part-time and even sometimes full-time jobs to avoid racking up more debt… Read more »

10 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Student Freelancer

Adam Thornhill
Adam Thornhill
October 12th, 2016
3 minute read
why hire a student freelancer

Whether it’s introducing new ideas, saving money, or diversifying the workplace, student freelancers can be the driving force behind business growth. With the help of a student freelancer, you can find new ways to increase performance without going too deep into your pockets. Here are ten reasons why your business should hire a student freelancer. 1. Affordable talent A cheap employee…is a cheap employee, according… Read more »

Best Task Management Software – Top Ten Comparison

Adam Thornhill
Adam Thornhill
October 1st, 2016
4 minute read
task management software: find the right solution for you

Clear communication between remote teams is critical to job success. The proverbial manager walking around with a clipboard in hand is old news. As technology improves at a rapid pace, it only makes sense that your team does as well. A developing strategy to managing projects is to use task management software. Setting goals, tracking… Read more »

Beginner’s Guide to Managing a Student Freelancer

Nicholas Maldarelli
Nicholas Maldarelli
October 1st, 2016
4 minute read
how to manage a student freelancer

From the Perspective of a student freelancer By 2020, over 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will be providers in the on demand economy according to Intuit research. The number of freelancers and independent contractors has gone up 22% since 2000, whereas the number of U.S. workers in full time employment has declined 3.5%, according… Read more »

Style Guide Templates Drive Consistent Branding and Communication

Adam Thornhill
Adam Thornhill
October 1st, 2016
2 minute read
style guide templates: use students to make your own

We’re not one to blow our own horn, but our brand style guide and writing style guide have been invaluable. We direct all design and creative freelancers to our brand style guide, and all freelance writers to our writing style guide. As such, we have achieved consistent branding and communication –two important traits that all… Read more »