How to make the most of your final semester
Posted on: January 29th, 2018

As a college senior beginning your final semester and maybe yet to find (or start looking for) your first post-college job, it can be difficult to decide which opportunities to pursue. By staying mindful of the resources around you, you’ll be able to make the most out of your remaining months as a student, and head into your job search prepared and optimistic. Here are three tips to ensure you’re getting all you can out of your final semester. (more…)

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College is More Than Just a Degree: A Major Doesn’t Define A Career
Posted on: April 20th, 2016

An article written by GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard recently appeared in the Philadelphia Business Journal. In this brief article, LaBombard discusses the disconnect between the belief that the major you choose has to lead to your future career. Instead, college is an opportunity to take advantage of situations in which you can develop a variety of skills and experiences that you can bring to the table with you in your career. LaBombard is a great example of this himself, graduating with a Chemistry degree and never stepping foot in a laboratory setting after college. You can read the full article HERE.


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What They Tell You About College is Wrong
Posted on: November 2nd, 2015

An article written by GradStaff CEO Bob LaBombard recently appeared in the Arizona Republic. Contrary to the popular narrative that the purpose of college is merely to find a job, he argues that it’s actually much more than that. “College is not just about finding a job. It’s about acquiring knowledge and skills that will allow you to contribute in a positive way to society and to understand the events happening around you. It’s also about participating in all the activities and social opportunities that the college campus has to offer.” You can read the full article HERE

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GradStaff Team Members Share Their Job Search Experiences
Posted on: October 13th, 2015

Check out this video in which GradStaff team members share their experiences in transitioning from college to the professional world. They are evidence that your major is only one small factor in the entry level job search. Your major doesn’t define you – take a look!

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What Can I Do with My Biology Degree?
Posted on: October 10th, 2015

Many students about to graduate with biology degrees seem to think their options are limited to either going to grad school or wearing a lab coat for the rest of their lives. This simply isn’t the case. Look no further than GradStaff’s CEO, Bob LaBombard, who graduated with a biology degree. It’s not that he didn’t apply his degree to his career; It’s just that he applied it in a different manner. As a biology major, one learns how to think critically, solve problems, research, and observe every detail. These skills can be applied to any career, and our CEO is using them on an everyday basis. Check out some of the positions GradStaff is helping Biology majors find.

Biology Listicle (1)

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What Can I Do with My Psychology Degree?
Posted on: October 7th, 2015

Many STEM majors feel they need to go to graduate school in order to find meaningful employment. The truth is that your job search and long term career will never be defined by what you chose to study in college. Psychology is actually one of the top 3 majors that GradStaff places. The degree can be applied to any industry, and your options definitely aren’t limited to grad school.

Psychology Listicle


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