Quick thought for today! The average person works 8 hours a day with a 1 hour lunch break. So that’s 8-5 or 9-6 with a 1 hour break. However, a lot of people these days are working through their lunch breaks with increased pressure to produce and keep their jobs. Here’s … READ MORE
For more details, check out this great book, “The Millionaire Next Door!”
1. Pay for Lawn Service – You could save $150 a month, get some healthy exercise and maybe even a bit of a tan just by mowing your own yard.
2. Go to a Hair Stylist – Even the cheapest … READ MORE
10 Things Millionaires Won’t Tell You
by Daren Fonda
1. “You may think I’m rich, but I don’t.”
A million dollars may sound like a fortune to most people, and folks with that much cash can’t complain — they’re richer than 90 percent of U.S. households and earn $366,000 a year, on average, … READ MORE
THESE QUESTIONS CROSS THE LINE
Hiring managers use the job interview to learn as much about the candidate as possible. To do that, they ask lots of questions — including ones that may seem harmless, but are completely illegal.
According to a new CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Poll, a whopping 20% … READ MORE
Savvy hiring managers have honed their ability to ask the fewest number of questions yielding the greatest depth of information.
One way they do this is by asking seemingly simple questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal; queries that break through the traditional interview noise … READ MORE
An interview is often the most important step in securing the job you want. Even if you have a great resume and you prepare a dynamite cover letter, you probably won’t get the job if you bomb the interview. While some hiring staff might overlook the fact that an interviewee … READ MORE
Interview follow-ups, particularly when you’re in damage control mode, can require some thought. The classic case is being late for an interview.
If you’re in this situation, first let us reassure you that this happens regularly, to just about everyone. Interviewers, particularly experienced conveners, will understand the situation, because they’ve heard … READ MORE
Establishing a fruitful career often begins with securing some sort of education or training. It isn’t always necessary, but choosing the right school and selecting the right major can definitely kick start your career options into overdrive. Undoubtedly, attending one of the world renown “Ivy League” Schools would expose one … READ MORE
Today’s job market is challenging. Having marketable skills is critical, but you don’t necessarily need to earn a traditional 4 year college degree to get them. With the rising costs of college tuition, today’s students can easily have over $100,000 of debt awaiting them as they walk across the graduation stage. Of … READ MORE