Middle-class Americans are becoming exceedingly hard to come by.Read More
by Contributor | Oct 2, 2018
Sometimes it’s better to look at temping, than full-time.Read More
by Contributor | Jan 23, 2017
We all have the assumption that once you graduate, the cushy high-paying job is going to follow.Read More
by Contributor | Jan 12, 2017
There are tools that can make your journey easier; mainly because they help you develop great skills with less effort. We suggest you try 5 of the most effective ones.Read More
by Contributor | May 11, 2016
I got a new job and my income went up 38% several years ago. The increased payday felt huge, because nothing about my life setup really changed. I didn’t move into a fancy apartment or buy a new car.
But something subtle did change psychologically for me. I felt like I had more money so I spent a little bit more at restaurants and a little bit more on clothes. I figured I had a little extra money, might as well enjoy it.
When the credit card bill came, I found that my expenses increased right along with my income. Getting a raise was great, but it was so easy to spend the extra money. I hadn’t paid down student loan debt, saved any money, nor invested – all the things I’d imagined doing with the extra income.Read More
by Contributor | Dec 21, 2015
A sitcom television show once marveled that it was amazing that the universe contained hundreds of thousands of different types of jobs, and yet there was someone out there willing to fill every different one.
This sounds pretty level-headed coming out of the mouth of a comedian. But in the real world, the odds are against you. It has been long reported that our feelings about our jobs are extremely negative, overall. In a 2013 survey conducted by Gallup, 70 percent of 250,000 people interviewed – including part time and full time workers – said they hated their jobs. Only 30 percent said they actually enjoyed their jobs and their bosses, according to the Daily News.Read More
by Contributor | Oct 7, 2015
Leaving behind the 9 to 5 and starting a home-based business is a dream for many Americans today.
No need for the power tripping boss breathing down your neck, get the pay you deserve, and still manage to have time for your family makes perfect sense.
While working at home can bring forth a lot of the rewards as described above, you will have to work daily towards making your company a success.
Below are some things you should be doing to help run your home based business more effectively:Read More
by Contributor | Sep 23, 2015
As per an insightful study undertaken in USA several years back, it had been found that around 9.1 million women in USA has their own businesses. However there has been a 68% increase in this number since 1997. Yet, most women business owners are being rejected loans by banks for their small businesses. However, in lieu of all this, many other options have come up, such as online loans, peer-to-peer loans, government grants and crowd funding, to help these women entrepreneurs expand their business horizon. Government grants are not very popular since they consume a lot of time and work in the funding process, yet they are becoming the more used option amongst women.Read More