Four Retirement Planning Tips for Nurses

The healthcare career landscape is evolving, and that includes the nursing profession. Demand for nurses is strong and possibly growing, especially for experienced professionals. As you think about your retirement prospects in the coming years, here are four things to keep in mind. 1. Further Your Training If you haven’t done it already, one key step to taking your nursing career to the next...

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Three Signs You Should Hire a Personal Virtual Assistant

I used to belong to the school of thought that believed personal assistants were only hired by rich business people. Mainly because I figured they were the only type of person who could afford to pay a full-time assistant’s salary. My perspective started to change when I discovered virtual assistants and how cheap hiring one can be. A virtual assistant can cost just $4 per hour. The idea that...

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Can’t Pay Your Bills? 7 Mindless Part-Time Jobs to Try

Are you having trouble paying off debt? Sometimes you can’t get around the fact that you need to make more money no matter how good you are at budgeting. Your income is just not enough to surpass your expenses. Particularly as a recent college grad. Your first few jobs will likely not allow you to live comfortably while paying off student debt and saving for a rainy day. And even entrepreneurs...

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3 Career Lessons I Learned When My Employer Dissolved

About 2 years ago, the fairly well-known company I worked for was sold right under our noses to its two major competitors. You see, my company was owned by Lehman Brothers and due to their stellar business ethics we were thrown into uncertainty. Here are the 3 career lessons I learned from the experience. 1. Be The Debby Downer Once Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy, our company got to work applying...

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