Imagine a medical emergency happens either to yourself, a loved one, or even a beloved pet. Are you financially prepared? According to The Vanguard Group Inc., 26% of people surveyed have unpaid medical bills, while 22% have overdrawn their checking account. While starting an emergency fund may seem like a daunting task, unfortunately, unexpected things
Month: May 2018
Does work make you miserable? Do you see company layoffs in the future? Are you still living paycheck to paycheck? There are plenty of reasons why you might be thinking about looking for a new job, but here are five signs that prove, now is the time to actually do it! 1- You’re Being Harassed
Have you been working in the same entry-level position for months or even years? Do you have the skills, experience, and drive to do more but can’t seem to get noticed by upper management? Are you tired of still struggling to make ends meet? You’re not alone. Feeling as if you’re ready for, need, or
Finding a new job can be a daunting task. There’s the endless scrolling of job posting sites, filling out applications that all have different requirements, and anxiously waiting around for the phone to ring. The process is a full-time job on its own, and can feel unfruitful if you aren’t getting any attention from hirers.