Current classes don’t talk as much as mine did about money; they talk about the things they want to make and do… The most remarkable thing about my business school reunion was, in fact, how little people talked about money or jobs. They talked about family, friend, the trips they took, and the houses they were turning into homes. According to the behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman, they were talking about what is really important: “It is only a slight exaggeration to say that happiness is the experience of spending time with people you love and who love you.”



via the405club and nscaletti

“The bill, expected to swiftly pass in both houses, would facilitate the subzero preservation of any graduate of a two- or four-year educational institution. Sponsors of the initiative said that with the national unemployment rate at just under 10 percent, it only made sense for young job-seekers to temporarily enter a state of supercooled stasis.”

more evidence that college graduates are permanently fucked.

sosauce internships

Summer: Will Work for Travel

Sosauce, a division of Social Sauce, is offering an eight-week summer marketing internship that upon its completion will also make you eligible for a two-week travel experience. During this travel period you will volunteer and document a social or environmental issue.

For anyone who has ever dreamed of changing the world, this is your chance! You will gain incredible experience with a young company at a very exciting stage and have the opportunity to travel abroad, chronicle a socio-environmental issue, and have fun- all at the same time.

To learn more check out: Deadline to apply is April 17th!

Spring/Summer: Travel Writers

Want to become a travel writer? Sosauce, a community for travel geeks, is looking for international city experts to document relevant points of interests around the world. If you enjoy traveling places around you and writing reviews, this could be the job for you! We’re looking for motivated, competent & communicative young writers from all over the world. Apply now to become a travel writer for Sosauce:

Ongoing: Street Team

Sosauce, a community for travel geeks, is looking to put together a street team to promote new campaigns here in NYC. We’re looking for enthusiastic, sociable college students to spread the word about our site to fellow travelers plus help the marketing team on high-priority projects. More info can be found here:  We’re currently accepting applications – so don’t miss out! if you have any questions