Coping with change is no easy task, especially when it is forced upon you. But what about when you intentionally seek out to make a change to your life, like when you chose to pursue your education? Shouldn’t that be easier?
Trying to land your dream career out of the gate is a tall order. But here’s the good news: There are roughly 11 million job openings per month in America at any given time. Sure, you don’t want all those jobs, but you want some of them—and some of those employers want you!
We’ve all made poor spending choices, even when we sometimes know better; it’s what makes us human. How do external and internal factors impact your financial choices? How do your life experiences and the way your brain is hardwired affect your money decisions? These are important questions to consider when reflecting on your own personal relationship with money.
As part of Columbia College’s continued commitment to the U.S. military community, the college recently expanded its popular Military-Affiliated Benefit program. Beginning this fall, the college is extending its reduced military tuition rate to spouses and dependents of currently serving military members.