Most of us know that we should negotiate a starting salary for a new job. But what if your potential employer can't quite reach your...
According to a report compiled by the Institute for the Future, 85% of the jobs that will be available in 2030 haven't been invented...
Unfortunately, 1 in 6 teachers works a second job throughout the year. If you consider challenges like reduced summer hours and recent school closures, being a teacher can be volatile for your annual income. Thankfully, these education-related summer jobs can help pay the bills.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans are facing sudden and unexpected unemployment. The economic uncertainty can be frightening and stressful. But there are plenty of strategies you can use right now to get yourself ready for the next stage in your life.
Those who enter the workforce during recessions tend to experience less career success and greater risk aversion, which creates a feedback loop of decisions that negatively impact their career earnings. But there are things college graduates can do to avoid a similar fate.
During the current unrelenting viral pandemic, the U.S. unemployment rate has shot up more than 10 points, the sharpest increase since the Great Depression. Yet these sobering figures could understate the reality. That’s because the unemployment rate may never be as accurate as you think.
Not all jobs require extensive workplace experience or years of post-secondary education (and its attendant student loan debt). Some entry-level jobs pay quite well,...
If you’re out of work, you’re probably eying the unemployment rate with concern. But even when times are tough, you don’t have to settle for the first job offer that comes along. If you want to find a job you like in a tough economic climate, you just have to answer some questions.
You used to be able to deduct unreimbursed expenses and job search costs on your taxes. But with the new tax law, it’s gotten a lot more complicated and fewer people qualify. Before you file this year’s return, find out if you still qualify, what costs you can deduct, and where to claim them.
There’s no such thing as a 100% recession-proof job. But as you prepare for the next recession, keep these recession-resistant jobs in mind. Now may be the perfect moment to switch careers, both to boost your income and protect your career in the event of a global recession.
If you’re a native English speaker, working as an English teacher at home or abroad can help you earn extra income while pursuing a fulfilling career. But before you jump in, there are things you need to learn about certification, educating nonnative speakers, and how to land a job you love.
Sharing economy apps are great ways for freelancers and traditional employees to boost their income - or potentially create a full-time income. These top apps earn high marks for things like ease of use and earning potential. Whatever your skills and schedule are, you're likely to find one or more that work for you.