Paid and unpaid internships offer students the same benefits: You gain real world experience, build your resume and network, obtain references and letters of recommendation, and even (wait for it) potentially land yourself a future job.
Figuring out if an unpaid internship is worth your investment of time can be tricky. Understanding the basics of internships can help you figure out which internship opportunities are worth investing in.
Young adults live in insurance limbo--whether between jobs, in school or just old enough to be legally taken off a parent's insurance. It's just hard to come by. And oral health, if not accounted for, can creep up and drop a hefty bill in your lap.
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Ever wanted to take a college class that has nothing to do with your major simply because you want to learn what the course has to offer? I’m that person to an extreme. I love learning new things and always want to take classes that simply will cost me a lot of money (roughly $453 for a three credit course) but not go towards my degree.
I have no money. It's sad. Right now, everything is going toward my credit card (had a rough year last year), medical loans (yay, emergency gall bladder surgery), car payments and student loans. Suffice it to say that my debt-to-asset ratio sucks.