Employees may be starting to hire college graduates again, but they certainly aren’t paying them like they used to.
Some colleges and universities receive credit ratings from the major ratings agencies, but unlike a government credit downgrade, the effects aren’t likely to trickle down to the masses.
Moving day is right around the corner for college students everywhere, so MainStreet spoke with a few savings experts to find out how to move into your dorm room most efficiently.
Significantly more teenagers found work this summer than the year before, according to a new report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
A new definition for “internship” suggests the experience should actually benefit workers, providing a real opportunity for them to advance their careers.
MainStreet looks at the best ways young adults can wean themselves off the Bank of Mom and Dad.
The job market has improved for this year’s college grads, but who exactly is hiring them? A new survey from Collegegrads.com has some answers.
Studies show young consumers are often unaware of the most basic personal finance concepts, but a growing number of programs nationwide are working to change that. The question is what subjects do young people today need to know the most.
A new survey reveals a disturbing trend among debt-laden young adults: the more credit card and student loan debt shouldered by those aged 18 to 27, the more they feel in control of their lives.
Of course it's tempting to throw your child his or her own graduation party extravaganza on the special day, but there are ways to do it on the cheap. Follow these tips from graduationparty.com before sending out those invites.