How to Get On Track With Your Finances After College

When you finally graduate, it can feel as though a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. The problem, of course, is that you will start to feel a lot more pressure over time and the buzz of graduation won’t last long. These pressures include finding somewhere to live, finding a job to get started on your career and managing your finances and debt.

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How To Become a Part Time Real Estate Agent

Every expert, no matter their field of expertise, once spent a full day as an inexperienced beginner. In these hard times of economic and employment uncertainty, you are probably looking for a reliable side gig. Even in these uncertain times, part time real estate agent work can be a haven of opportunity. You could make good money as a part time real estate agent. How much money you make depends on...

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Here Are the Salaries of 2 “Essential” Telecommuting Jobs – Apply Now

If a job becomes an identity for an employed person, what happens when mass unemployment becomes the reality? What becomes of identity where there is a severe dearth of jobs? What to do then? Over 40 million Americans have lost their jobs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. There aren’t many options available now for people looking for work. Especially if you were formerly employed in...

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