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Max is feeling the crunch. With $21K still left to go, will she hit her budget goals and find a new job by December? Stay tuned!
Social media is more than just viral videos and baby pictures — use it to boost your finances, too!
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When work gets you down, always remember that work isn't everything.
Before you start getting bummed about your student loan debt, explore these careers that offer student loan forgiveness.
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Wishing you could spend all day reading books instead of going to work? Put that bookwormery to good use by getting paid to be a book lover.
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If your work-life balance has got you off-kilter, it's time to look for a job that will put you back on track.
A mom's work is never done. But when she wants to re-enter the workforce after kids, there are a few key things she should do first.
Getting a job straight out of college may seem impossible, but if you take some smart steps early, you'll improve your odds of landing a gig.
Whether you're dusting the cobwebs off your resume or simply beefing it up, don't be afraid to note your hobbies. Those skills may be valuable.
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