Jobs are in strong supply in 2014. Unemployment rates fell to 6.7 percent in February, a 13 percent improvement since the same time last year. If you’re stymied by this statistic, you’re probably also wondering where the jobs are. If you’re struggling to find steady and rewarding work, consider stepping into one of the following fields. Their growth is expected to rise well into 2022, providing you with nearly a decades’ worth of career growth. Take a closer look at: continue reading “Money-Making Trends: Jobs in 2014″ »
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Diet fads have been commonplace in American culture for decades. From Weight Watchers to Atkins and Paleo, there’s always a new angle of eating that promises better health and, more poignantly, a better-looking body. While we won’t weigh the pros and cons of any lifestyle, we can measure the associated costs. If you’re thinking of switching to a new meal plan, review the budgetary implications below. It may be necessary to overhaul your budget in addition to overhauling your calories.
I made an unfortunate discovery while visiting the bank this week. One of my savings accounts has been withdrawing a $15 monthly fee for the past year. Surprised, I asked the teller to explain the issue. continue reading “Are Bank Fees Hurting Your Savings?” »
Spirit Airlines is making headlines this month. Despite being voted dead-last in consumer satisfaction polls, Spirit is still the fastest-growing airline in America. How can this be? What’s the secret to Spirit’s success, and what can we learn? Read on to find the answers.
Equal pay is a hot topic this month, reigniting the debate surrounding new legislation. Gender and politics aside, what happens when a coworker earns more money? Should you confront your boss? Demand a raise? Quit your job? Read on for an even-tempered strategy. What you learn will help you manage your own situation. continue reading “Is Your Work Undervalued? How to Manage Pay Inequality” »
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