Career and Education

7 Best Careers If You Want to Be a Millionaire

by Kevin Mercadante October 26, 2015

In theory at least, it’s possible for anyone to become a millionaire regardless of occupation. All you have to do is save your money diligently, and invest it consistently and intelligently. But there’s no doubt that certain careers lend themselves better to becoming a millionaire than others. Here’s a list of the seven best careers if […]

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6 Business Ideas for Teenagers

by Kevin Mercadante October 19, 2015

Juggling a part-time job with a full-time school schedule isn’t always the most comfortable arrangement. Sometimes your work schedule clashes with your homework and study time, and sometimes it can leave little time for extracurricular activities and a meaningful social life. And when the economy is bad, jobs for teenagers are especially hard to find. […]

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Are You Being Paid What You’re Worth?

by Kevin Mercadante February 13, 2015

If you want to know if you’re being paid what you’re worth, here are five websites that can help you do that. These can be especially important if you’re thinking of asking for a salary increase. You want to make sure you’re being paid the going rate for your job, but at the same time […]

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I Joined the Air National Guard

by Ryan Guina August 14, 2014

Last week I joined the Air National Guard. If you aren’t familiar with how the military is structured, the National Guard is part of the military Reserve Corps. It is a reserve component of our military that is often used to fulfill needs at the state level, or augment our active duty military. Some Guard […]

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How to Keep Office Politics From Sabotaging Your Career

by Kevin Mercadante June 11, 2014

If you’re working someplace long enough, it’s usually just a question of time before office politics become a reality in your job and your life. But what few people appreciate is the way office politics can sabotage your career. Office politics are often subtle in the way they develop, and in the way they’re maintained. […]

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Why You Should Work In College – And It’s Not All About Money

by Kevin Mercadante April 30, 2014

Balancing college with work is a tough juggling act. But even if you don’t need to work in order to help pay for school, there are benefits to doing so that go beyond money. Most of those benefits will help you later in life, both when you are out looking for your first career-type job, […]

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Boost Your Resume This Spring with These 5 Tips

by Miranda Marquit April 3, 2014

Spring is a time of fresh starts. I know. Now that spring is here, my husband is applying for jobs. He’s a great university instructor, and he has helped numerous students over the years, but it’s time to move on. So he’s updating his CV and getting ready to see what’s out there. Even if […]

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