College Graduate Jobs and Money Tips
May 9, 2009
Jobs for college graduates are hard to come by so here’s a list of money tips for recent college graduates to help them manage their finances while they’re looking for their first job with no money coming in.
College Graduation Gifts
Friends and family will likely be looking for college graduation gift ideas to help you celebrate your degree. Why not suggest these gift ideas for college grads to help you get a financial headstart?
Best Jobs for College Grads
Where you decide to live can have a big impact on the jobs available to you. Here’s a list of the some of the best cities to live in the US and here’s a rating of available jobs by state. Since the economy is pretty sluggish right now, here are some suggestions for the best careers in a recession.
Investing for College Grads
The stock market has taken a beating the last several years which really stinks for people about to retire but it could be a great buying opportunity for people just starting to make money in their new careers. Here are some investing tips for college grads.
Student Loan Payments
Unfortunately you’ll have to start paying back the student loans that helped pay for college. Here are some student loan tips on delaying your payments, lowering your payments, and consolidating your student loans.
College Graduate Finances
Spending, saving, and budgeting are going to be pretty important skills as you start off with little money from either no job or an entry level job. Check out the best personal finance software online, all of which are free! Here are some tips on saving and budgeting for college grads.
Find out how you can start building up your credit score with secured credit cards and secured loans. If you already have some credit established, here are some of the best credit cards for college graduates.
Health Insurance for College Grads
Once you leave school you’ll have to worry about getting your own health insurance. You can always look into short term insurance until you find a job that offers insurance coverage. You can read more about your options in health insurance for college graduates.
All posts by Ben Edwards