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Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness – Program Eligibility & How to...

My wife graduated from medical school with more than $300,000 in student loans to her name. During her three-year residency, some of that debt sat...
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10 Simple Ways to Improve Your Business Writing Skills

Stop and think about how many emails you write each day at work. According to a study conducted by Carleton University, professionals spend one-third of their...
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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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How to Deal With Unpaid Invoices From Clients – Strategies &...

According to a survey by the Freelancers Union, more than 70% of freelancers report having a nonpaying client. If you're a freelancer, you know that not being...
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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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8 Ways to Volunteer Abroad for Free (or on the Cheap)

Volunteering overseas can be a great opportunity. It can allow you to do some good in the world, explore a new culture, meet new...
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School Choice Movement – Does This Education Program Work?

What is your opinion of America's elementary and secondary schools? A 2018 Pew Research poll found that improving the nation's educational system was ranked...
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How to Find The Jobs That Aren’t Advertised

If you're looking for a new job, does your search start and end with job postings? If so, you're missing out on a whole...
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6 Things to Consider Before Going Back to School While On...

Whether you're recently dealing with unemployment or job loss, or you've been sending out resumes for a while, heading back to school can be a...
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7 Ways to Maximize Your Commute Time to Work

According to Time Magazine, most Americans spend an hour a day commuting to and from work. When traffic is bad, however, you could end...
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How to Write a Great Resume for a Job – Tips...

As a small business owner, when an applicant piques my interest with a good cover letter, I still need to see an impressive resume...
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9 Health Benefits of Daily Meditation to Reduce Stress

Would you like to know a simple method for lowering your stress, managing your emotions, learning to be kinder and more compassionate, feeling more...