Careers, Jobs, & Vocations

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7 Ideas to Turbo Charge Your Career Today

It’s hard to think about your career in the midst of high unemployment, teetering economy, and volatile stock market. However, this time of turbulent is in fact a great time to position yourself for career advancement. […]

What are Surety Bonds?

As a consumer doing business with a company, you will frequently notice businesses that advertise being bonded and insured. As a company, depending on your industry, you may be required by law or contract to be […]

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5 Common Small Business Mistakes to Avoid

Many of us have dreams of entrepreneurship. Thanks to the Internet, smartphones and other technological wonders, it is easier than ever to start your own small business. Whether you are selling handicrafts, providing professional services, or […]

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5 Things to Consider Before Quitting Your Day Job

Many of us have the dream of starting a business, or working self-employed from home. I love working from home, even though sometimes I feel like I am anything but my own boss. In my case, […]

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Turned Down for a Job? Check Your Facebook Profile

Social media is becoming an ingrained part of our lives — and our careers. With so much information available in the public domain about many of us, it is easy for almost anyone to do a […]

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Your Income is Your Greatest Wealth Building Asset

For those of us who like to read (and write) information on personal finance subjects, we spend energy on a wide range of wealth building strategies. Too often we ignore the concept of making money because […]

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Building Passive Income Takes Time, Money, Effort, and Passion

When I first started following personal finance blogs, I often found myself either skipping over the articles about passive income or rolling my eyes while reading them. I’ve always been rather skeptical about opportunities that seem […]

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Teaching Teens What Earning a Living is Like

Kids learn a lot as they move through life. There’s school work of course, but there’s also the many lessons they learn from their parents and families. And then there’s life — as kids grow and […]

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How to Fit In at Your New Office

When you got your job offer, you probably thought to yourself: “Phew, I aced the interviews, got my job offer… I’m done! FINALLY!” Well, sorry to break it to you but the interview does NOT stop […]

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