Nathan Brunner

I am a mathematician, and I care about employment opportunities for everyone. Since all employment sites promote the same high-marketing budget jobs, some candidates end up applying to hundreds of jobs before getting a positive reply. To solve this, I have built a search engine (salarship.com) where less-skilled candidates can find accessible employment opportunities. Through my other venture (hireatscale.com) I also help gig economy companies hire on-demand workers at scale for jobs such as babysitting, dog walking, delivery driving, tutoring, etc.

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What Do College And University Professors Do?

Higher education is designed to provide a clear path for students to grow intellectually and an environment for academic research to take place. Professors play an important role within universities and colleges. Professors are responsible for conducting original academic research, supervising doctoral students, and teaching classes to graduate and undergraduate students. In many universities, full …

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The Implications of Academic Suspension

Academic suspension may seem like a really scary thing to happen to you during your time at university, but what actually happens when you get a notice of academic suspension? Academic suspension occurs when your GPA drops below your university’s required standard. When this happens, your university will send you a notice explaining how long …

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Academic Renewal: How to Wipe Out Bad Grades

It can be very stressful to review your transcripts and see bad grades in your records. Not only does this disappoint you, but it will stay on your permanent education record. How can remove bad grades from your transcript? To fix a bad grade, the student should consider retaking the course. Depending on the school …

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9 Reasons Why College Professors Are So Bad at Teaching

Having a college course that has difficult material and little in-depth explanation is always something that college students dread. Is there a reason why some college professors are better than others? Let’s explore some of the reasons why college professors can be so bad at teaching. We’ll explain the different reasons below and why they …

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What Is a Technical Diploma?

Many people want to get ahead on their education while they are in high school, but don’t know how to do it while still enjoying their senior year. Luckily, there are technical diplomas that can be awarded alongside high school diplomas. So, what is a technical diploma? Technical diplomas are diplomas that are given to …

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How to Make Friends in College if You’re Shy or Introverted

Going to college is a big step, especially for students who are moving away from home and family. To make the transition easier, it is best to try and make friends right away. In college, there are many opportunities to meet new people. Some of the best ways for introverts to make friends include hanging …

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What Happens If You Fail a Class in College?

Going to college can be an exciting time for students who are fresh out of high school. However, it can also make students nervous when they think about the possibility of failing a college course. It’s one thing when it happens in high school, but what can you expect in college? Failing a college class …

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Data: At What Age Do Students Graduate from College?

Students graduate from college at different ages depending on enrollment age, how many credits they take per semester, and how many classes they fail. For example, an Associates’ degree takes 2-3 years to complete on average, while a Bachelor’s degree is 120 credits and might take between 3-6 years. So, taking these factors into account, …

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What Does “Referred By” Mean For Employers?

Resumes, job applications, and cover letters are all somewhat anxiety-invoking. Applying for a job is very important, but what happens when you come across something you’re not sure about, such as the words “referred by”? If you have any kind of questions about referrals, you have come to the right place! “Referred by” on a …

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Answer “May We Contact Your Current Employer” in a Job Interview

Occasionally, you may end up job hunting while currently employed. This may be to find a higher wage, better schedule, or to pursue a passion. No matter the reason, it is always intimidating to hear the interviewer ask for permission to contact your current employer. In general, it is best to deny an interviewer’s request …

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