One of the main themes on this blog is helping to advise people on how to be more fiscally responsible. I talk about budgeting often because I don’t believe anyone can get ahead and feel secure with their financial situation long term without knowing how much money they’re bringing in, how much is going to […]

The tech world is growing at a rapid rate, in stark contrast to other industries. Many sectors have struggled over the past couple of years due to the recession and the difficult economic climate, but it seems that technology is leading the way for job demand. Christopher Chan via Compfight Think about it; civilization is […]

Well, isn’t this interesting? Last week’s unemployment figures and the jobs reports certainly caused quite a stir, didn’t they? Ludovic Bertron via Compfight For those who haven’t kept up, last week it was announced that the unemployment rate fell to 7.8% by the end of September, the first time in 4 years it’s been that […]

A new job can provide uncertainty and excitement other than just income. You should take advantage of your new job to take charge of your finances by making a proper budget to cover both short and long term goals. Check the benefits and retirement plans offered by your new employer in order to maximize all […]

More and more Americans are now self employed, according to some recent figures. Findings by the US Labor Department show that the job market is improving but that around five millions Americans are becoming contractors and freelancers to make ends meet. During such a difficult economic climate, work is often hard to find and new […]

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