7 Careers Tailor-Made For Night Owls

The world is ruled by early birds. There, I said it (or typed it anyway, with disgust in every keystroke). I don’t know where it all began, but long ago it was decided that school and work should begin first thing in the morning—sometimes before the sun even rises. Seriously? Why? What’s wrong with sleeping…
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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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How To Survive Being Laid Off

Being laid off seems like the worst thing that could possibly happen to any professional. And while that may be true in certain cases, losing your job can offer newfound freedom and that’s otherwise impossible to attain. So if you find yourself in this situation, here are a few things to keep in mind as…
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What Should I Be When I Grow Up? 5 Tips For Uncovering Your Career Passion

Whether you’re working now or on the job market, chances are you have those days when you wonder if the career path you’ve chosen for yourself is truly where you should be headed. Growing up, we get advice from high school counselors, college career centers, and even Mom and Dad. Where is the greatest need?…
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Why Pay Isn’t The Best Part Of A Job

The average person spends 37.5 hours working and 56 hours sleeping per week, leaving roughly 74.50 hours for leisurely activities like hobbies and spending time with family. Work is certainly not the only thing people do to make life fulfilling. In fact, it doesn’t even make up a third of the average life span. So…
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