If you’re not a fan of the hustle and bustle of holiday travel, take heart. The “getting there” part of the holidays doesn’t have to be painful. Whether you’re traveling internationally or domestically, the key to worry-free traveling is all in the preparation.
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Pop the cap off the highlighter, circle ads, call people, repeat. That’s been your morning process for the past two weeks. You’re unemployed, so no one expects you to throw confetti in the streets. But, hey, shake off that post-employment funk and click through helpful unemployment resources like health and wellness tips, state guidelines for unemployment filing, and even national statistics for unemployment rates by industry. Use these tips to create your action plan today.
Retirement is often called your “golden years,” and they’re called that for a reason: you finally have the time and freedom to do the things you have always wanted to do, and go to the places you have always wanted to see. Traveling as a senior may not seem like it would be much different from any other part of your life, but you may be surprised at some of the differences. Depending on where you go and how long you stay, traveling as a retiree has its challenges as well as its perks. Be sure that you do your homework on the places you’ll visit, prepare for the unexpected and have as much fun as you can during your travels.
Another lecture, another university day. While your prof scribbles algorithms with a squeaky piece of chalk, you dream of the faces and places a couple of continents over. Perhaps it’s time to depart from the confines of your wooden classroom chair and explore learning opportunities on a global scale. If you’re curious about studying in the U.S., click through this interactive Study Abroad graphic to view learning options coast to coast and everything in between. You can click on map pinpoints to see which universities offer the most robust learning abroad programs. From there you can link to specific information about programs and contact information to get you started in your search for learning adventures. You’ll find everything you need to get started, from international student health insurance recommendations to international university demographics.