Nathan Brunner

I am a swiss mathematician and I care about student personal finance. I have written hundreds of articles on the subject and I have discovered that students struggle to earn money on the side. To solve this problem, I have founded Salarship.com, a website where students can find jobs to make money on the side.

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How to Resign From Amazon Warehouse Jobs

When you are working day in, and day out trying to pack boxes, organize new orders, and get everything right, you may quickly find yourself getting tired. However, the procedure to resign from an amazon warehouse job is not always the same, with many people not even being sure how to do it. To resign …

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What Is the Walmart Dress Code for Employees?

When you are looking to start your first job or have just overcome a long slump, chances are you may have been offered a position at Walmart. The company has several different levels of employees, which means the dress code can be extremely confusing if you have not been told what to wear. The dress …

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What Type of Work Is Done on a Farm?

If you don’t want to spend your career tied to a desk, you might be interested in working outdoors. Farming is one such career, but what kind of jobs on a farm can a person find? Different kinds of jobs on a farm include managing the soil and crops, maintaining the farm, and making sure …

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How to Get a Mycology Degree

Fungi are a fascinating species, with experts agreeing that they share a genetic structure more closely to humans than plant life. The study of fungi is a fascinating field with diverse research and application fields. If you wish to study mycology, you might seek advice on how to get your mycology degree.  Here’s how to …

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Why Do Employers Ask About Food Stamps on Job Applications?

When you hear employers asking potential staff about food stamps, what comes to mind? At first, it sounds odd to the employee because it’s difficult to connect the dots, because what do food stamps (now Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP) have to do with the job? Why would job applications ask about food stamps? …

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How to Dress for a Fast Food Job Interview

Fast food restaurant interviews are pretty standard, yet so many people find it challenging to pick out what to wear to the interview. White-collar job interviews usually have a formal setting, so you know formal is the way to go. But what do you wear to an informal interview?  When going to a job interview …

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What Does It Mean to Be “Pre-hired” for a Job?

So you’ve been interviewing at multiple companies, revising and re-revising your resume a thousand times, but then you finally get a call. You’re beyond excited to finally have a job pinned down again, then they say that you’ve been “pre-hired,” but what does that mean? Does pre-hiring mean that you got the job or that …

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How Hard Is PreCalculus in High School?

As a high school student with the university in mind, you’re likely looking ahead at the courses you might face in the future in a bid to prepare for them. Precalculus is one of such preparatory courses for anyone with calculus in their future. How hard is it in high school? Precalculus is not hard …

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What Does “We’ll Be In Touch” Mean After a Job Interview?

You’ve just gone to your interview and you think it’s gone well. Then the interviewer shakes your hand, thanks you for your time, and says, “we’ll be in touch.” Interviewing can be nerve-wracking, especially when the interviewer says something like that, which could be interpreted in multiple ways.  “We’ll be in touch” means that the …

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Do Colleges Have Proms or Formal Dances?

If you’re a new college student, you may want to know which balls or events you can attend on campus. Prom, homecoming, and graduation balls are some of the most highly anticipated events in high schools across the world. But do colleges have proms or formal dances, too?  Colleges generally don’t sponsor proms because they’re …

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