Career and Education

When it’s OK to Move Back Home After Graduation

by Kevin Mercadante June 24, 2013

According to recent statistics 40% of the Millennial Generation live at home with their parents. Millennials are those born between 1980 and 2000, and if this statistic is accurate, it means that more young people are back at home than at any time since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Some of the generation never […]

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Should You Buy Credit Card Insurance?

by Miranda Marquit May 31, 2013

Credit cards can provide you with a convenient way to pay for your purchases. However, if you rack up a balance, things could start to get dicey. Not only do you have to contend with interest charges, but you also have to worry about what happens in a financial emergency if you can no longer […]

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Using Rapportive to Screen Emails and Control How Others See You

by Ryan Guina May 15, 2013

GMail is the most useful email program I have come across. I use a single GMail account to manage about a dozen different email accounts for my business. Handling everything in one place makes for easier management and helps me keep my sanity! Aside from being able to manage multiple email accounts through one login, […]

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How to Deal with Furloughs During Sequestration

by Miranda Marquit May 13, 2013

Many government employees are facing the challenges associated with the budget sequester. One of those challenges are furloughs. A furlough is an effort to save money by cutting back on employment. Employees might be forced to take time off without pay in cycles, for weeks at a time, or they might have their days cut […]

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Finding a Job When Relocating

by Ryan Guina May 3, 2013

Moving across the country and finding a job after you move is difficult. I’ve done it before, but it’s not something want to do it again. As I explained in my recent article about finding a job in the hidden job market, many of the available jobs in today’s economy aren’t advertised. They are, in […]

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The Hidden Job Market – How to Find a Job that Isn’t Advertised

by Ryan Guina April 19, 2013

Job searching can be a full-time job. It takes time to create the ultimate resume, search available positions, tap into your professional network, schedule interviews, etc. To top it off, it’s often easier to find a job when you already have a job. There are a few reasons for this, but it usually boils down […]

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What to Do Before Your Last Day of Work

by Ryan Guina April 12, 2013

A friend of mine was recently laid off and his entire group was told they were being let go in two days. That’s a tough pill to swallow for anyone, particularly with such short notice. With such a short turnaround before his last day, he was left scrambling to get everything together before his last […]

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