Happy Friday! It’s time for our weekly link-round up, where we bring you the most interesting, useful, informative, or cool stuff we find on our travels across the Web. This week: networking the right way, the unemployment rate for bachelor’s degree holders has plummeted, and more!
- Networking is an incredibly important tool for your career, no matter where you work—but it can be hard if you’re not naturally outgoing. Here are five important tips for the introverted person.
- The Wall Street Journal reports that the unemployment rate for those with a bachelor’s degree dropped to 4% in April – half of the country’s jobless rate, which has just declined to 8.1%.
- Are you tired of being locked into a cell phone carrier contract? Studies show that more and more people are dropping out of their contracts, citing poor customer service, lousy pricing, and more. What are your options?
- A new study is showing that your breakroom at work is probably a surprisingly germy place, giving you one more reason to keep your hands clean and antibacterial lotion on your desk.
Sara Nelson is the Social Media Guru for Stevens-Henager College, overseeing the college’s profiles on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and more. She is also a student in the Master in Business Administration (MBA) program, and she enjoys spending time with her family, listening to good music, and eating freshly baked chocolate chip cookies.