Category Archives: Employment and Finding Jobs

How to become a full-time freelance writer

By Monica Sampson By 2020, nearly half of Americans may earn their income freelancing. Companies like Lyft and Uber are already having an impact on the contractor or freelancer population. Declining job security is also driving the move from traditional … Continue reading

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Find top freelance clients

Rebecca Davis More than 30 percent of American adults currently do work for freelance clients. A good number of these adults learn that freelancing, like traditional jobs, has challenges. Picking the right freelance clients is a leading challenge that independent … Continue reading

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Job search pitfalls to watch for

By Belinda Johnson Job search pitfalls could derail your best employment efforts. Don’t let this happen this year. Get more out of your hunt by adding the following job hunting actions to your career advancement plans, while subtracting these other … Continue reading

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Get Hired Faster

By Ericka Simpson Find out how you could get hired faster. The speed up starts with your resume. Your job search cover letter, online portfolio, networking habits, interviewing and follow-up skills are also crucial, among other factors mentioned below. Don’t … Continue reading

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Volunteer work that leads to a new career

By Avery Baxter Volunteer work could open the door to a new paying job. There is no shortage of volunteer opportunities that you could step into. In fact, the National Center for Charitable Statistics reports that there are more than … Continue reading

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Finding Teens Summer Jobs

By Rhonda Campbell Finding teens summer jobs may best be left in the hands of teens themselves. After all,, teens are responsible. Proof is in the numbers. A whopping 97% of young adults between their teens and early twenties has … Continue reading

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Paycheck jobs aren’t enough

By Belinda Johnson Paycheck jobs are great for paying bills. But, there’s a catch. Because these jobs leave you feeling flat, you may buy-buy-buy to give yourself emotional rewards. Pile on debt and don’t be surprised if you start working … Continue reading

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