Career & Jobs






With the rising tuition costs, the improbability of career advancement in most positions, and the overall low wage jobs that the typical citizen takes to make a living, it’s time to crack down and settle for nothing less than a top paying career. Jobs are impermanent and risky. Careers, especially top paying careers, are well […]

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Summer farm jobs and internships, ranging from vegetable picking, working with animals and manual labor are a great choice for people who want to be outside, get fit and enjoy the farm life. It is an even greater opportunity to those who live deep in the city away from farmland and for students looking for […]

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The days when you could walk into a store, help out for a day, two days or even a month and get paid are sadly over. However, there are certain types of jobs that hire on the spot. Before you find what types of jobs are fast hiring, you need to have a certain set […]

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One of the largest sought after degree employers of every kind want is a degree in Accounting. However, it is not necessarily the degree itself; it is what Accounting is connected to. The broad career categories that withhold the largest number of people that have a degree in Accounting are Finance careers. Regardless of the […]

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Despite every attempt to make a lot of cash fast, there are only a select few who are capable of it. Most of the people who do, win the lottery. Trying to make a lot of money at an extremely quick rate is very similar to the lottery; both are unlikely you will win. However, […]

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Too many hours are being spent at your current job that could be better spent doing something else otherwise you wouldn’t be considering quitting your job. However, is that the only reason? In continuation to investing your time in something else, there are at least nine other extremely worthy reasons to quit your job. If […]

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First impressions for a job interview are not only summarized by your confidence, attitude and communication. The largest variable is what the employer sees as you walk into the office. Your image should be a specific reflection of what the rest of your first impression will entail. Is this always the case? Can you ever […]

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Unpaid internships are drastically losing appeal as the tuition costs rise. At the same time the expectation for college students to have an above average resume filled with distinct credentials in order to even be considered for a professional position rises. This means that students are expected to handle balancing school with a secure job. […]

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Do you remember when you were younger and were asked what you want to be when you grow up? Although you may have been able to decide without anything holding you back and you could pick whatever career you wanted, when you are that young you don’t know of all the actual possibilities. You know […]

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Find a Job That Lets You Travel

by on April 17, 2012






Hawaii, Switzerland, France, China, Australia, Canada and a long register of specific towns and cities may be on your dream list to one day visit. Of course, the endless trips from one aesthetic getaway to the next will take place after you work and make a lot of money. The plan is to focus on […]

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It is expected and conventional to follow through with college to attain a degree for a good paying job. What was once statistical data is now common sense. When asked who makes more money, someone with a degree or someone without, the immediate response is the person with a degree. However, the more theoretical response […]

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There are hundreds of people that get new jobs just for interview experience, to try and test new interests, to develop relationships and connections with other people and for other odd personal reasons. Another experience that these people learn to do perfectly is to quit the job. Then there are millions of people that get […]

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There are so many career paths a college student can take; the number can’t even be closely approximated. This can arouse a mental conflict in one’s mind when deciding what to go to college for. Of course, there are about a dozen questions that can eliminate thousands of occupations that you have to choose from. […]

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Maybe you already have an idea of what career you want to choose.  If so, that’s great, but for those who need help picking a career path, luckily there are a few ways to get help.  After all, there are so many different professions, careers and jobs available, and it’s really up to you to match […]

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How To Ask For a Raise

by on February 13, 2012






If you would like to ask for a raise, don’t just walk into your boss’s office and ask.  Instead, create a strategy that you can use to help increase your chances of getting the raise that you ask for.  Here are some tips that you can use to prepare yourself for the encounter. Ask For a […]

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Ideal Part Time Jobs for Seniors

by on February 8, 2012






Many seniors retire and realize that they either want to work more, or they need to work more to pay the extra bills.  We thought we would help list some part time jobs that companies hire seniors to complete.  We used our own experience, as well as viewed hundreds of classified ads to find out what […]

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Preparing your child for their career means teaching them the things that no one taught you.  Use your experience to teach your child about how the job market works and to choose a career based on their strengths and desires.  While you may not be able to directly prepare your child for the career they […]

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Online Jobs for College Students

by on November 1, 2011






What online jobs are available to a college student? We’ve seen this question asked over and over again.  Most college students are either not motivated to find online work or are just not creative and resourceful enough to find work.  If you’re motivated and resourceful, then we’ve got some tips for you on where to look […]

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Some Ideas for Self Employment

by on October 26, 2011






Many people dream of being self employed.  Although it may be harder than working for a business, at least you’re not working for the man, and whatever money you make is yours to invest back in your business or to spend as you please.  Also, did you know that most millionaires are self employed?  That’s right, […]

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Finding Jobs for Teens Under 16

by on October 24, 2011






Most businesses are not allowed to hire kids under 16 years old.  However, there are still lots of ways to find jobs for teens under 16 if you are creative and resourceful.  Here are some tips to get you started on your job search. Find family owned businesses Because of labor laws, many family owned businesses […]

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We’re not recommending that anyone take an under the table job so that they don’t have to pay taxes.  However, there are other good reasons for wanting to get paid under the table.  First, there will be no withholdings for taxes or social security, so all of the money you earned is readily available to […]

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If you’re interested in money, then surely you’ll find this list of jobs and their salaries interesting.  We’ve researched dozens of careers, found information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, trade organizations, universities and other sources, and put together a list of common professions.  Browse through the list and we guarantee you’ll be surprised at how […]

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