Post Tagged with: "finances"

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Salad King Introduces New Scholarship at Ryerson University

Ryerson students have even more reason to like Salad King. The Thai restaurant, located mere steps off campus, is now offering a  new $15,000 scholarship for Ryerson students, as well as an extension to its international student awards at the university. The announcement was made during Ryerson’s first International Mother Language Day Festival on Feb. 29, as part of the […]

by Lisa Coombs· · Arts & Life, Food, Personal Finance
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Millennials will not be as wealthy as parents, new study says

Millennials will be financially worse off than their parents, a new study has found. The study, published in The Guardian, examined the incomes of households in western countries. It found millennials are making significantly less money than their parents. The study said, “It’s likely to be the first time in industrialized history, save for periods of war or natural disaster, […]

by Kaitlyn Coombes· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Budgeting, credit cards and goal-setting are important for graduates. (Tiffany Crawford / Ryersonian Staff)

How to get a handle on after-grad finances

The Ryersonian’s Robert Liwanag spoke with RBC director of student banking Mandy Mail who offered financial advice to post-secondary students who are months away from graduating.

Ramona Pringle, left, with panelists Jesse Hirsh and Lance Weiler. (Sarah Jones / Ryersonian Staff)

Dean lecture series: Résumés in a digital world

By: Sarah Jones The Internet is the new stomping ground for students, and they need to learn how to navigate it as professionals. That means developing a finely tuned set of technological skills. “I haven’t had a resume since I was 19,” said Lance Weiler, an American filmmaker. In an era of digitized communications, your name is a brand. An […]

The go-to money tools for students

The go-to money tools for students

There are dozens of financial apps and tools available to help students keep track of their finance, from budgeting to grocery shopping. The number of choices, however, can be a bit hard to wrap your mind around. National Post personal finance reporter Melissa Leong recommended four free phone apps and websites that all students should consider using. Technology reporter Alexa Huffman […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features, Science & Technology