Happy Friday! It’s time for our weekly link-round up, where we bring you the most interesting, useful, informative, or cool stuff we find on our travels across the Web. This week: the unemployment rate for graduates has plummeted, the best online money resources, and more!
- It’s easier to do everything online, including take care of your personal finances. The Wall Street Journal has a guide to the best sites (and the worst sites) to manage your money and investing.
- TED talks bring experts, geniuses, and pioneers together to give amazing, awe-inspiring, fascinating and motivating talks; here’s a list of five of the most interesting talks you have got to check out.
- If you own an expensive mobile device, you may be worried about it getting stolen—but you may find that it’s easier to get back than you think. This woman found out who had taken her phone when the thief’s photos started accidentally uploading to her iCloud account!
- The Wall Street Journal reports that the unemployment rate for those with a bachelor’s degree dropped to 4% in April – half of the country’s jobless rate, which has just declined to 8.1%.
Sara Nelson is the Social Media Guru for Independence University, overseeing the university’s profiles on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and more. She is also a student in the Master in Business Administration (MBA) program, and enjoys spending time with her family, listening to good music, and eating freshly baked chocolate chip cookies.