Computers are vital for students these days, but the need to spend less while getting the best possible performance is stronger than ever. Many are looking to acquire ultrabooks, which combine a light body with solid state drives (SSD's) for a computer that is tougher, faster, and more quiet than laptops with normal hard disk drives (HDD's).
The latter type of laptop is also getting smaller, though there are limits on how small they can get, due to technical issues with respect to
With in-state tuition for public universities approaching $10,000 these days, and other costs like housing and books escalating in lockstep, it has never been more important for students to save money while at school.
While it is easy to just use credit to charge all these expenses, the bill will come due someday soon, so you owe it to your future self to not cripple yourself with an unmanageable debt load. As such, here are five ways students can save money so that they can give themselves
While skiing and snowboarding is a thrilling sport that many students enjoy on their winter break from college, it doesn't come cheap. Gear (whether rented or bought new), lodging, food and lift tickets all exact a heavy toll on one's wallet, making getting away seem a fleeting dream to many.
Don't lose heart, as there are still resorts across America where one can get a lift ticket for a reasonable price. The resorts below are among the cheapest ski resorts in America, so scourge through
With South America being one of the world's most popular travel destinations for budget travelers, it makes sense that at some point, you might find yourself bound on a plane or bus for Brazil. While much of the continent is affordable for student travelers, Brazil is a notable exception, with prices in the nation approaching first world prices in recent years.
That being said, it is still very possible to enjoy this country and its liveliest city, Rio de Janeiro, on a shoestring. While it
It is a seemingly inescapable problem for many young Americans. The work force is getting more competitive as the bulk of new jobs are being created in highly skilled fields, yet the cost of education is skyrocketing to healthcare-esque heights.
As a result of this conundrum, many feel they are in a proverbial Catch-22, having to choose between taking on crippling amounts of debt in the hope that the jobs they seek will be there for them when they get out of school, or take their