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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The Best High School Classes to Take for Nursing School

Nursing school is a huge and exciting endeavor that will provide anybody with a promising future (as long as they study well). However, students need a lot of preparation before enrolling in nursing school, and a lot of that nursing foundation starts in high school. What are some of the best classes you can take …

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How Are Student Jobs Taxed?

It can be really hard to make life liveable as a college student, so many students get jobs at their school to make a bit of extra money. Every little bit counts though, so it’s common to wonder if student jobs will be subjected to taxes. Almost all student jobs are taxed just like any …

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The Best Classes to Take in High School for Architecture

Architects need to understand a variety of principles from the fields of art, mathematics, and science. So what are high school electives that can help you prepare for architecture school? To best prepare for architecture, high school students should take classes in physics, drawing, sculpting, photography, and art history. They can also take technology electives, …

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The Best Classes to Take in High School for Computer Science

There are so many elective classes to choose from in high school. Each of them could lead to a student finding their passion and can prepare them for the future. If your child is interested in computer science, here are the best electives for them to take in high school. The best classes to take …

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The Meaning Behind Job Application Statuses

Now that the job application process is done online, it is easy to see the job application statuses such as “under review”, “application received”, or “in progress/process”. Why are job application statuses shown to those who applied, and what does the status mean? The status of a job application shows that it has been viewed …

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How to Find A Job After Being Unemployed For Years

Many candidates start looking for jobs after long-term unemployment. However, the job market is tough toward those candidates, many employers don’t like seeing a gap in employment history when looking at résumés. So how do you find a job after being unemployed for multiple years? One can find a job after being unemployed for years …

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How to Get a Job After Being Fired for Poor Performance

There is no doubt about it, it is extremely challenging to find a job after being fired for poor performance. The sad thing is that interviewers never miss the opportunity to ask you why you were fired from your previous job, and justifying performance issues is a difficult task. Being fired for poor performance is …

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Do Minors Appear On My Diploma and Transcript?

As if having a major weren’t enough, you may have also decided to take a minor (or two)! You have probably wondered from time to time if those majors and minors will appear on your college transcript and diploma. Let’s take a look at whether they will or not! Minors do not appear on a …

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10 Reasons Why It Is So Hard to Find a Job These Days

Many people nowadays are looking for a job but are having a hard time getting an interview. It is even harder to get hired for the job that they applied for. Why is it so hard to find a job nowadays? In this article, we explain 10 reasons why it has become more difficult to …

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Differences Between Staff and Faculty Members in College

At a college or university, there are always a lot of people working on campus. However, there is a big difference between those who work as college staff and those who work as college faculty. College faculty are academic employees of the college or university that are hired specifically to be professors and researchers. College …

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