Giving Your Two Weeks is Not as Simple as it Seems

Instead of tossing everything off your desk and dashing out exclaiming about your newfound freedom, resigning etiquette requires providing two weeks’ notice. It’s not always that simple. Two weeks is usually plenty to wrap up, prepare, and say farewell. Two weeks prolongs uneasiness and may even feel comically short to settle your affairs, adding extraContinue reading “Giving Your Two Weeks is Not as Simple as it Seems”

Thrift Store Flipping

Your financial health can really benefit from having multiple income streams. Whether you are trying to invest, pay down debt or maybe you’re retiring early – an increase in your income can help you substantially! Thankfully, technology and internet have made that a much easier thing to do. The opportunities you can find on theContinue reading “Thrift Store Flipping”

About 44% of Americans Have a Side Hustle, But is a Side Hustle for You?

Due to high inflation and economic uncertainty, many Americans are scrambling to make more money. The most common way they’ve been doing that is through side hustles. According to Insuranks, an insurance marketplace for small businesses who held a survey of more than 1,000 people who are working at least one job, 44% of AmericansContinue reading “About 44% of Americans Have a Side Hustle, But is a Side Hustle for You?”

Even Entry Level Positions Require Experience

If you’ve started the hunt for a job that’s in your preferred career path, you might have seen some listings that looks like this. “Available: Entry-level, pay negotiable, benefits. Requirements: 2-3 years of experience, college degree.”  Sounds familiar right? In some instances, companies will require years of experience for college graduates, even though it’s anContinue reading “Even Entry Level Positions Require Experience”


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