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Wage Gap: Victim by choice

David Jenkins

April 11, 2018

The gender wage gap exists, but as to why it exists is due to the different choices that men and women make. The talking point that women make 77 cents to the dollar to that of a man is something that as been said for years Some statics say different numbers other than 77, but we'll keep this for ar...

Internships offer experience, key to the future

Samantha Vasquez

October 12, 2014

You’re an average college student with a great G.P.A. with no job, and the only references you can think of are family and friends. What do you do? At this point, either submit the resume leaving those sections blank and hope for the best, or go out and get some experience and references by...

Career Services begins month of resume workshops

Maria Lopez, Online Editor

October 4, 2014

In today’s job market, looking for a job can be a daunting task, especially when one doesn’t know the basics of how to get started. Students got a chance to learn the basics of one of the first steps in getting a job: making a resume. An hour-long Resume Basics Workshop was presented by Clara...

Jobs available to students interested in ASCC’s recycling nest program

Gildardo Aquino, Staff Writer

August 23, 2014

The Associated Students of Cerritos College (ASCC) are hiring students to join their recycling nest program that pays $12.50 an hour. It was started last year by members of ASCC, who put together The Go-Green Committee as a project to keep Cerritos College green to encourage and promote campus-wide...

Career services counselor gives advice on choosing a major

Jacqueline Naranjo, Staff Writer

April 14, 2014

For some students, choosing a major is a hard process. Students often struggle in choosing a major because they are often operating on misconceptions and have little clarity on what they want to pursue. Sajan Patel, undecided major, is going through college without an idea of what major he is going...

Job desires addressed through latest expo

Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor

April 9, 2014

People flocked to more than 40 booths that were operated by companies such as Knott’s Berry Farm and Target, as Cerritos College hosted the semi-annual Career Expo and Job Fair on Tuesday, April 8. Defense organizations such as the Los Angeles Police Department, Coast Guard and the Marine Corps w...

Spring 2014 Career Expo and Job Fair

April 8, 2014

The 2014 Career Expo and Job Fair that was held Tuesday, April 8. The fair had different employers vying for the students to look into their organization. Don't forget to subscribe to our social medias: YouTube: www.youtube.com/talonmarksmedia Follow us on Twitter: @talonmarks Like our Facebook page: Talon Marks News...

Federal minimum wage increase has students wondering

Luis Guzman, Associate News Editor

January 31, 2014

President Barack Obama urged Congress members, during his annual State of the Union Address, that Congress has to take action by passing legislation and raising the federal minimum wage up to $10.10. Angelina Paris, anthropology major, thinks that the raise in the federal minimum wage is a positive...

Part-time jobs are a plus

Abraham Dayfallah, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

With the economy running as quickly as it can into the ground, students are left wondering if it is is even worth going to school. What should they do about making more money? Should students consider having a part-time job or simply just stick to going to school until they eventually can achieve thei...

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