Unicheck Blog on Plagiarism
“Get good grades at the high school and enter a good university” is how you land a job. Or is it?
This one is better: “Get an internship to get a sick job”. But what is the best way to get an internship in the first place?
The internship is the first step on the way to the career in the company of your dream and it’s exactly the step that graduates stumble over way too often. According to employment rates of college graduates in 2016, the employment rate was 77% for the college degree holders and 88% for those who have a bachelor’s degree.
Student life is definitely a hard time, and it is twice harder when you are trying to harmonize studying and working. No doubt, nobody cares if you are exhausted, you should track your finance. Working and studying can’t but have a positive impact on you attaining new skills and experience, but what if it damages your sleep and health in general? You should be aware of some ways to keep things up staying happy and our Unicheck team would like to help you cope with it! Read More
Studying at the university is complicated as it presupposes its budgeting, and that is spectacular when you come from the affluent family, and you may dedicate all your time to study, or not, and blow all your parents’ money on partying. A reverse side of the coin is when you are striving for knowledge with no plan B, and budgeting is all in your hands. While being in your shoes, let us pitch you some brilliant ideas on activities to make money on.Read More
Choosing a profession is one of the most important decisions in everyone’s life. Parents and teachers used to say that making a firm decision on what to do in life should be done at school. But there are two reasons why this may be not very effective. Children never can know for sure what they would like to do even in a few years after graduating from universities. That’s why students are often disappointed at their choice.
Many people understand that getting higher education is very important for them. But not everybody can afford it or has a required qualification level and background. Regular colleges and universities don’t allow you to enter them, unless you finish school or have higher grades to be eligible for enrolment. What’s the way out?
Have you ever believed in the power of words? A great chance to prove that it works is to write a cover letter. A cover letter is a perfect opportunity to tell your story as a bonus to your resume without duplicating information. In a cover letter you provide the reasons why you are interested in a certain position and describe your professional skills and achievements.