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by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Giveaways
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by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Shopping
Today we found some awesome articles on work wardrobe staples to invest in, what it takes to clean up your credit, and how to create a new habit.
by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Career and Income
25 humorous, yet painful, signs that you've simply been around at the same job TOO long.
by: G.E. Miller | channel: Career Building
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
You probably know someone who works ridiculously long hours (or maybe you do yourself). But those long hours could be a sign of deeper financial troubles.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Career Building, Lifestyle
Should you quit your day job to work for yourself? The answer might lie in defining what "work" actually means to you.
Everyone should know the basics of asset allocation by now, or so you thought. Here's three other things you can do to help your 401k.
by: David Ning | channel: Investment, Retirement
Finding your dream job or life's work may not be as hard as we all make it out to be if we decide to take action towards this goal.
by: Silicon Valley Blogger | channel: Career and Income
People have a notion that they must amass a certain amount of money, no matter how long it takes, before they can retire. But what if it took you 40 years of work to reach $1 milli
by: Financial Samurai | channel: Career and Income, Investment, Lifestyle
A recent article in The New York Times profiled young American graduates who found jobs or started businesses in China. This is not such a crazy idea considering that unemployment
by: Xin Lu | channel: Career Building
In advertising, my chosen career, there is an unwritten rule for working with clients that makes everyone’s lives just a little better. It’s the three F rule. But when I explained
by: Paul Michael | channel: Career Building, Entrepreneurship
Is it better to be great at one specific thing or just really good at a whole bunch of different things? While one might put you in a class all by yourself, the other can make you
by: Carlos Portocarrero | channel: Career and Income, Productivity
On one side there's your typical job. It's clearer than ever that it doesn't offer the security it once did, but it still offers some, and it offers other things--predictable inco
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living
There are countless ways to raise your income, besides the obvious one of getting a job. Here are a few categories, and a few suggestions.
You’re scouting around for a decent job. While you realize that great jobs are hard to find, you’re avoiding getting into a position that really stinks. Here are 6 tell-tale char
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Career and Income, Career Building
Despite cultural differences, language barriers, and economical disparities around the world, I discovered that we all seem to be fighting the same demons and striving for the same
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Lifestyle
A cruise to the Bahamas or a trip to that luxury spa aren’t going to get you ahead financially. However, if you’re looking to sock away a coupl
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Personal Finance, Career and Income, Productivity
I worked at a non-profit--a local nature center--over the summer of 1979. After we wrapped up our main task, those of us who wanted to were allowed stay on for the few weeks befor
I worked one place that was much, much better than anyplace else I ever worked. The guy who ran it told me that the secret was in how to hire people. Most managers do it the wron
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