The Jobless Budget

pennies and coins

The other day I was talking to a friend who is strategizing tackling some student debt.   My friend is a gainfully employed professional who makes a good salary.   Over the years I get the impression she hasn’t widdled away at her debt as much as she would prefer.   It’s not my place to judge her …

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Teaching English Online for Supplemental Income

Teach English Online

Today’s guest post comes from Nate, a world traveler and entrepreneur friend of mine currently living overseas in Asia- Milton The Online Classroom The digital age is transforming education.  Particularly when it comes to foreign languages, people are trading in pencils and paper for laptops and computers.  They are foregoing rigid timetables in favor of …

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5 Common Job Interview Mistakes

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5 Job Interview Mistakes When an interviewer asks you if you have any questions, the answer should ALWAYS be “YES”. If you don’t ask any questions they will think you aren’t interested in the job or didn’t prepare for the interview. Some great sample questions to ask are “Can you tell me what the work …

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