Job and Income

Are You Passing Up Chances for More Money?

Are You Passing Up Chances for More Money?

Not too long ago, someone I know was complaining about how he was running low on funds, and how he was concerned about money. I expressed my worry, and asked if he had any prospects. He […]

5 Ways to Ensure Your Resume Goes Straight to the Waste Basket

5 Ways to Ensure Your Resume Goes Straight to the Waste Basket

Even though the numbers seem to be showing some improvement in the employment picture, it’s still a tough market out there. Competition for available jobs is still fairly stiff. If you want the interview — much […]

Take Advantage of Tuition Reimbursement Program

With the cost of a post-secondary education on the rise, it is little surprise that many students (and their parents) are looking for ways to reduce the overall cost of attending university. There are a number […]

Would You Work for Less than You Think You Deserve?

Would You Work for Less than You Think You Deserve?

I have a relative who just finished a temporary summer job and is back on the hunt for something a little more permanent. However, he insists that he “can’t work for less than $10 an hour.” […]

7 Easy Part Time Jobs

7 Easy Part Time Jobs

What’s your perfect part time job? I know as a busy and often over-scheduled mom, if I were ever to go back to work part time, I’d want something easy! I wouldn’t necessarily want to work […]

Get Paid to Write Articles from Home

Get Paid to Write Articles from Home

If you’re looking for a flexible work from home job, and you’re a decent writer, getting paid to write articles might be right up your alley. The most difficult part of writing from home is breaking […]

5 Jobs for Retired People

5 Jobs for Retired People

We’ve been talking a lot recently about jobs for college graduates and for those who can’t find a job. But there’s another group of people who are hurting these days: retired people. When the economy went […]

What to do After College if You Can’t Find a Job

What to do After College if You Can’t Find a Job

You’ve spent four years listening to lectures, studying, and pulling all nighters writing papers. You’ve paid thousands of dollars and perhaps owe thousands of dollars in student loans to pay for your education. In June, you […]

Tax Deductions When You Work From Home

Tax Deductions When You Work From Home

I never aspired to own my own business. Before I became a stay at home mom, I always worked for other people, who took care of taxes for me. When I started this blog, and it […]

How to Make Money Without a Job

Living on one income can be tough. I know, because my family has been doing it for the last 15 years. It hasn’t always been easy. The economy has had it’s ups and downs, and that […]

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