Trying to build a nest egg? Believe it or not, you don’t always have to cut back. Sometimes you actually can save a heap of money in the long run by spending a little now. Hard to believe? Check out these ideas from nationally recognized money and saving expert Andrea Woroch.
It sucks to get laid off, and many of you out there are pissed off about it. I don’t blame you. It’s natural to be angry. It is unfair
Many of you have told me what bothered you most was that it just “wasn’t fair” that your manager would boot you out
Whether you have a degree in graphic design or you have an amazing portfolio and are trying to pursue a career in the field, there are several great options. Unlike many other fields, graphic design is growing and continuing to have a presence in the workforce. Consider some of the
You never know when you may need a little extra cash before payday rolls around. Whether you have an unexpected expense to take care of, or you’re just hoping for a fortunate windfall to help you do something fun, there are many ways you can come up with quick cash.
Ask anyone in the business world and they'll tell you the same: you don't choose a career, a career chooses you. As long as you're passionate about the business at hand and work hard to reach your goals, the perks that go along with business-oriented careers are never-ending. With occupational benefits
Hitting a wall at work? Stuck in a relationship rut? This may be hard to hear, but the problem might be you. Here are some of the surprising, subconscious ways women undermine their own success—and how to stop for good. I have always been a pretty quiet person. Growing up, I
The moment we were married (and even a little before) my husband and I knew we needed to start saving money. He was a medical student and even though I had a job, it was primarily for helping get the bills paid without going any further into debt each month. Saving
You work hard for your money. And when you’re just starting out, it's likely your income barely covers your expenses. So spending it on things that just aren't worth it is a cruel thing to do to yourself. It’s just like your food splurges: When it comes down to it,
Ahh, the age old question, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Some of us know right away, while others struggle to choosing the right career. Even if you think you know what you want to do, you might change your mind later or you might end
Did you know that 80% of open jobs are not posted online?! A survey of recruiters and career experts reveals that the #1 mistake job seekers make is solely using the internet in their job search. Image via Flickr.com
To turn this idea into simple math, this means that most people -