Side Gigs That Make More Money Than A Full Time Career

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The average American makes about $47,000 annually, or about $900 weekly for the typical 40-hour workweek. Even though the unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in decades, many Americans are struggling with making ends meet. If you have marketable skills, or an enterprising spirit, then there are many part-time side gigs where you’ll make good money. In fact, you might make more money with...

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Amazing International Cities That Will Pay You To Move There

Dublin, Ireland. Do you ever dream of leaving it all behind, packing everything up, and moving to a new country? I don’t mean for a visit either. Could you leave everything behind, the life you know, relatives and friends, your culture, and the conveniences of Western living, to live in another country for multiple years? Or, even permanently? Well, there are several international cities that will...

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Don’t Spend Money Accidentally Given to You by a Job or Bank – You’ll Regret It

When I was a college adjunct and academic adviser, almost 14 years ago, I had an unintentional but welcome financial windfall. The payroll department had accidentally paid me twice my normal pay via direct deposit. It was laughingly obvious to me with just half a glance at my bank account. I am a native New Yorker. New York City is a city with an astronomically high cost of living standard. I was...

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Moving Soon? These Cities Have the Most Job Openings

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“The only risk in moving towards a new horizon in search of more is losing what little you take for granted now.” That is a quote a friend of mine said to me when I was in college, dreaming about moving to San Francisco. I think she got it from a song. Anyway, I was amazingly unaware of the cost of living there. I never even thought about researching available job openings beforehand. Over 35...

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