Bouncing Back: How To Overcome A Bad Job Interview

Even before the elevator doors opened up to take me back down to the lobby, I already felt the sinking feeling of failure. It was without a doubt the single worst interview of my life, and I knew it the moment I stood up to leave the conference room. Nonetheless, I kept a brave face,…
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One (Sneaky) Way To Land Your Next Job

Even though U.S. unemployment statistics show signs of improvement, there’s still plenty of competition out there. If you’re on the job hunt, you’re not alone, and you still need to make use of every advantage you can to one-up the rest of the field… including thinking outside the box when it comes to getting your…
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How To Help Your Teenager Land Her First Job

There comes a point in every parent’s life where the simple act of leaving the house with family in tow costs money. In other words, raising a child gets increasingly expensive the older they get. Compared to the active teen who’s involved in sports, music, drama clubs, and science fairs, a newborn is practically free.…
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Why You Should Come Out Of Retirement (Now!)

The biggest loser in America’s most recent recession may have been the dream of a traditional retirement starting at age 65 and, more importantly, being entirely comfortable. Healthcare costs are astronomically high, wages have stagnated, and cushy, old-school pensions have all but vanished. Americans are also living longer than ever before, and adult children are…
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How To Be Your Own Boss… At Work

If you’ve ever had a nine-to-five job, there’s a good chance you’ve drifted into the daydream of turning in your two-week notice, telling your boss where he can stick it, and walking out the door into pure, unadulterated freedom. Then you snap back into reality where you have bills to pay and a family to…
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