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Working for a Nonprofit Organization – Types, Jobs, Pros & Cons

If spending your days helping people or working for a cause you feel passionately about sounds like your dream job, then working for a nonprofit might be the best career path for you. However, depending on the organization and your role there, they can also pay less than a similar job in the private sector, and some may be understaffed and underfunded. If you’re considering working for a not-for-profit organization, here’s a detailed look at the benefits and drawbacks to consider.
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5 Things to Do Next After Paying Off Your Student Loan...

I graduated with an MFA in 2008 and about $37,000 in debt from my master’s and undergrad programs combined. For the next few years,...
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Income Sharing Agreements (ISA): A New Way to Pay for College

America’s young people are drowning in student loan debt. According to a 2018 report from the Federal Reserve, 42% of all people who have...
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Moving for a Job: Tax-Deductible Expenses & Relocation Assistance

Did you move to take a new job this year, or are you considering moving for work in the near future?According to the U.S....
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How to Think on Your Feet to Make Better Decisions &...

Do you freeze up when you’re under pressure?Many people do. It’s a natural reaction to a stressful situation, whether you’re facing tough questions during...
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How to Survive a Job Without Benefits: DIY Health Insurance, Retirement...

Around the time of the 2008 financial crisis, a new buzzword hit the scene: gig economy. It referred to the growing number of people...
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8 Best Credit Cards for College Students – Reviews & Comparison

Most college students have limited experience with credit cards and other forms of credit. Accordingly, their credit histories are often thin or nonexistent. Therefore,...
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Consolidating vs. Refinancing Your Student Loans – Which Is Better?

No matter where you went to college, one thing most graduates have in common is a significant amount of student loan debt. In 2017,...
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Does the College Major You Choose Affect Your Career Potential?

Skyrocketing college tuition has two-thirds of students taking on debt to pay for college. As a result, many high school graduates and their parents are...
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How to Ask Your Boss for a Raise at Work and...

Do you feel like you get paid what you’re worth?Most people would wholeheartedly say no. According to a Robert Half survey cited in Fortune,...
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25 Jobs That Burn the Most Calories – How to Be...

Your desk job might literally be killing you. According to the American Heart Association, sitting for long periods has been linked to an increased...
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20 Jobs That Provide Free Housing

Americans routinely spend 25% to 50% of their paycheck on housing. In fact, USA Today reports that today's 30-year-olds spend an average of 45% of...