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Making the most: Finding enriching opportunities within your career field

At the start of every new year, I remember thinking that I should look into career opportunities for myself, only to brush it off...

Riverside among top U.S. cities for entrepreneurship

Riverside was recently ranked No. 19 on MSN Money’s list of the best cities to grow a business. The list, “30 Cities Where Small Business...

Riverside plans to do more than prevent homelessness by ending it

Widespread homelessness is a complex issue to solve. Most means of addressing homelessness do not solve the underlying problem, but merely target its symptoms....

From jobless to journalist: How I found myself post-graduation

On June 10, 2015, I was victorious. A university graduate. Successful. Erudite. Learned. On June 11, I was 21 years old, jobless and living with...

Campus Cope: Choosing a career: dreams vs. reality

Choosing a career is never as cut-and-dry as it seems. No matter how much something catches your eye, it doesn't mean it's the most...

Inland Southern California unemployment rate shows improvement

Inland Southern California has added 4,600 jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis for the month of November and 7,400 non-farm jobs the month of...

Riverside Mayor speaks on campus

Rusty Bailey, mayor of Riverside, spoke at the Bell Tower on Wednesday about private partnerships between the city of Riverside and their aim to...

Liar, liar: Jobs, education and the economy

As the political issues come into focus leading up to the presidential election, public education and jobs are becoming increasingly important to students across...

Editorial: The value of college in a cash-strapped economy

Last week, a study conducted at UCLA revealed that more students than ever are attending college for the express purpose of attaining a job...

Highlander Showdown: Keystone XL Pipeline is a danger to environment

We need jobs, but at what cost?  Today politicians are willing to do whatever it takes to get into office or stay there, but...