Today we found some great articles on getting the perfect freelance job, donating clothes for a tax write off, and tips for getting and nailing a job interview.
by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Career and Income
Leverage your assets with freelancers.
by: Tom Harnish | channel: Small Business Resource Center
There are really only two things you can do with a crappy job: tolerate it or replace it. Happily, the crappier a job is, the easier it is to replace.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Career and Income
A long time ago, I had an idea. I was working a regular job, but I realized that what I wanted to do was be a writer. I figured that I could make some money writing, but not necess
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Health and Beauty, Insurance
Changes in the economy have pushed more and more people into part-time, temporary, and freelance work, as more and more companies cut back on traditional, long-term, full-time empl
Your life map is so clearly laid out in front of you; yet the last piece of the puzzle – retirement – is a fuzzy and often incomprehensible anomaly. With people living longer and s
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living, Retirement
I wanted to be a digital nomad before anybody--before the term existed; before the technology existed; before most people even imagined that it would someday be possible to earn a
As a small business owner there will be various tasks for which you’ll be responsible and can seem overwhelming, at times. But, there are a few simple guidelines you can follo
by: Ed O'Reilly | channel: Career Building, Entrepreneurship
There was a time, not that long ago, in which Americans would graduate from college, get a job, and stick with that job until retirement. For those of us who can risk a little more
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Career Building
It can be very easy to be manipulated into accepting a lower salary than you are worth. Part of this is a lack of information - it's hard to know what a job should pay. The other p
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