Ah, the college student. Never before have you been more stressed out and sleep deprived, and it's almost seemingly impossible to balance academics with every other facet of your life. (without having a nervous breakdown). Like many others, I frequently rely on caffeine in order to muster up the energy to get things done. The problem is that caffeine frequently leaves us feeling jittery or on edge. There has to a better way! There is, and its called l-theanine. L-theanine is a naturally occurring substance that counteracts the anxious feelings that are sometimes associated with that morning cup of coffee. It works synergistically with caffeine in order to make you laser focused, yet relaxed. It occurs naturally in some forms of tea, but adding it to your coffee or taking a pill will work more effectively. Other benefits are below.
The job search can be one of the most challenging experiences that someone has to go through. Having a great resume is one of the main keys that will put you in front of a recruiter. During one of my classes my professor, who use to work in Human Resources, said that on average a recruiter would spend 5 seconds looking at a resume. These 3 steps are going to better your chances at impressing at first glance!
By now, most of us have been familiar with social media platforms for well over five years. And that's a good thing; there is no question that social media is on the rise and that digital communication will be around for the rest of our lives. This puts millenials, who were introduced to the internet as children, at an advantage as we emerge into the professional world.
As my time here at Ohio University is coming to a close, the burning question that everyone wants to ask arises; what do you want to do now? Since I’m graduating in December of 2015 I still have some time to decide where I want to start my career path, so my close relatives and friends can stay off of my back for a little while. When people do ask, I tell them that my ultimate dream job is to work for Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.