Before you can land that dream job, you have to impress the hiring manager. And before you ever get to meet that person, you have to impress the computerized Applicant Tracking System and the human being who decides if your cover letter and resume merit more than a six-second review.
Decorating your first apartment can be a challenge. You just spent a ton of money on deposits and other fees, which doesn’t leave you with much cash to furnish the place. Fortunately, second-hand stores are a treasure trove of potential.
It’s never too early to start planning for the future. This is especially true for future homeowners.
Studies about the Millennial Generation bring up a number of generalizations. They expect praise. They’re attached to their smart phones. They have college degrees, but they also have student loans, no meaningful job, and no major life purchases to speak of.
Starting a business can be exciting, and what better way to do it than sharing that experience with a friend.
Times change. And then again, they don’t. Not really, because after all is said in done in American romance and its evolving iterations, breaking up is still hard to do.
In 2009, I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in journalism along with several of my friends. Despite working our tails off for that piece of paper, many of us are working in fields completely unrelated to our degrees.
After going to my first baseball game at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, Mich., I was hooked. I told my father that I wanted to visit other stadiums to really get a feel for the game, and he provided me with the challenge of a lifetime: Visit all 30 Major League Baseball (MLB) stadiums in the United States and Canada.
Long before TLC’s “Extreme Couponing” got everyone hyped up on saving money by clipping coupons and building a big grocery stockpile, many people were already reaping the benefits of saving money with coupons or online saving tools.
Do you monitor and analyze your credit report? If you don’t, you should. Being aware of your credit score is crucial as your credit determines your eligibility for large purchases like a car, home or personal loan.