It's not just yourself you need to prepare for a job hunt. Prepare your money, too!
You've seen the warning signs. When you suspect job cuts are headed your way, it's time to get these money moves in motion.
Make a little money now, or a lot of money later? Corporate grind or freelance life? Max weighs the pros and cons of her gig focused income stream.
Getting fired can feel like your world is falling apart. Make these financial moves right away and you'll start putting it back together again.
Stop hiding from the money bogeyman. A few setbacks aren't worth these irrational finance fears.
You might've nailed the interview, but to land the job, you need something more. Your job search isn't over until the big offer arrives.
You'll spend a lot for a college education — maybe too much. Besides a shot at a job with a decent income, what else are your student loans buying?
If you lost your job, could you afford to get by on unemployment benefits alone? It might be time to beef up that emergency fund.
Yes, we're always telling you to work on building your emergency fund. Now we'll tell you when to stop.
If you're thinking about leaving your current town for greener pastures (and better job opportunities), don't add any of these places to your list.
It's always good to be mindful about spending, but for the unemployed, an abstract should is a real world must. Here's how to cut back, fast.
Right after getting fired or laid off is no time to sit around and mope. Take care of yourself, and then take care of business.
Unemployment remains high, even years after the Great Recession. If the worst happens with your job, here's how to get help.
Not having a job isn't just financially trying, it can also be downright depressing. Help combat long-term unemployment with these techniques.
For many people, college is the immediate next step after high school. But sometimes, that's not the best decision to make.
What's more discouraging that unemployment? Long-term unemployment. Follow these steps to make your time productive and get back to work.
From niche job searches to finding fantastic freelance gigs to resume help and much more, these 25 job websites will help get ahead in getting employed.
Being dumped by your employer hurts as bad, or worse, than being dumped by a romantic interest. Learn how to handle being jilted by your job.
Society has been organized to make the wage slave/debt slave trap the default path for almost everyone.
The statistics are in. While the unemployment rate was last counted at 8.5%, the underemployment rate (those who quit looking for work or have taken part-time jobs in lieu of a de
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