Friday Links: Grad School Orientation, Career Advice, and More!

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newsHappy Friday! It’s time to take a break from GRE prep to catch up on some of the top grad school tips and news links from the week:

Warren Buffett Shared Some Great Career Advice For Millennials (Business Insider)

Here are some highlights of Warren Buffett’s interview with Levo League, a networking and career advice site.

Is it Better to be a Small Fish in a Big Pond or a Big Fish in a Small Pond? (Brazen Life)

It’s a pressing question pondered by college seekers, athletes and job seekers alike: would you rather be a small fish in a big pond or a big fish in a small pond?

Tackling Productivity Challenges ( Grad Hacker)

Here are four primary challenges to our productivity and some tips and tricks to conquer them.

Get Ready for Graduate School Orientation (US News Education)

Your orientation program, while perhaps a bit stressful, should be an informative, enjoyable and rewarding time, setting the tone for what is to come in your graduate student experience.

Should I Go to Grad School? (Life Hacker)

How useful a graduate degree will be for you will depend on your chosen field, the school you might attend and the cost of going there, how much more you’ll earn after graduating, and timing.

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