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Natalie Meyers is a freelance writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience. As an English major and a psychology graduate, she worked as a teacher and a counselor. As a writer, she's covered a diverse range of topics from technology to publishing. She is an avid reader who believes that books help us become more authentic versions of ourselves. At BookScouter, she's a smart writer and an expert in all things books.

Best Places to Move after College

Personal finance By March 21, 2022 Last Updated on June 30, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

“Where should I move after college?” this is a burning question for every college graduate. “Should I move back home, go to grad school, or move to a big city and pursue a career in a large corporation?” Depending on your major and life goals, you may find various destinations more or less appealing. Perhaps, another metro area you’ve never considered has many attractive job and housing opportunities. Let’s take a look at the best locations recommended to college graduates.

Top 11 Questions About College Classes

Study tips By March 9, 2022 Last Updated on April 13, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: No Comments

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If you’re starting college, there are several things you’ll need to do first to achieve good results. Among them are planning your overall schedule, sorting the classes you will be taking this semester, deciding upon the number of extracurricular activities you can squeeze in, determining your working hours (if you have a part-time job), and so much more.

Retail and Book Arbitrage Explained

Book arbitrage, Personal finance By February 24, 2022 Last Updated on February 28, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , , No Comments

We’ve already covered the topic of book scouting in detail in our blog and mentioned book arbitrage briefly in one of the articles. Today, we’re going to talk about the entire field of retail arbitrage in general and book arbitrage in particular. Let’s take a closer look at how it works.

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