We’ve been quoted by various outlets on education, business, and career development. Below are selected mentions. Reporters seeking a source can contact Christopher K. Lee at

Forbes – Your smartphone is a sinkhole where productivity goes to die

HuffPost – These are the absolute worst times you could check your phone – Syndicated to MSN.

Rochester Business Journal – Busy manager not sure how to find time for summer intern

Reader’s Digest – Things you should never wear to work

U.S. News & World Report – What the GRE test is and how to prepare

HuffPost – 6 things high school students can do now to save on college costs

Tronc – Presentation dos and don’ts – Syndicated to MSN.

MarketWatch – This is the social media network most likely to incriminate you

OC Family (Orange County Register) – Help! We (might) need a tutor

San Diego State University – Mentoring: A two-way street

Tronc – Seniors should update computer skills before re–entering the job market

Reader’s Digest – 19 inspiring quotes from teachers around the world – Syndicated to MSN.

U.S. News & World Report – 10 strategic ways to pay less for college – Syndicated to CNBCMSN, and Yahoo!

Le Monde – Du bon usage du téléphone portable en milieu professionnel

We’ve also been cited on career and personal finance websites including:

When the new job is a letdown
Top reasons to consider a temp job
10 work habits bosses love
Why you shouldn’t take a job just for the money
Don’t let bad grades hold you back from a good job
How to win at office politics without selling your soul

Grow up: 10 bad habits that make you look immature at work
8 tips for juggling part-time jobs
6 soft skills every professional needs
What to do if you’re overqualified for a job

Career experts share their 8 best interview tips
Should you apply for a job at a company in crisis?
7 common cover letter mistakes – Syndicated to Entrepreneur and CNBC.
5 myths that prevent job seekers from overcoming failure – Syndicated to Thrive Global and Grammarly.
8 sneaky sales techniques to try in your next interview – Syndicated to Entrepreneur.

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