Now that we’re close to December, many of the seasonal retail and restaurant job openings are starting to fill up. However, there’s still hope for those of you who are looking to make some extra money during the holiday season. You can find a few good part time jobs for Christmas. Whether you need a few more dollars to cross everything off your Christmas list or you want to make up for your paycheck being short if your job is closing for the holiday, you can earn extra income this holiday season. Here are a few non-traditional seasonal jobs … [Read more...] about How to Make Extra Money with Part Time Jobs for Christmas
Some estimates say that almost half of all Facebook users age 18 to 34 check their Facebook accounts right when they wake up in the morning. Over a quarter even check their friends’ statuses before they get out of bed. Twitter addiction isn’t much better. One study says that over 20% of Twitter users use their accounts as their only means to find out the morning news. Why Social Media May Be Ruining Your Career While there is a growing explosion of the use of social media and its addictive properties, there is a danger to its overuse as well. … [Read more...] about Why Facebook And Social Media May Be Ruining Your Career
If you’re graduating from college soon, recently unemployed, or you just hate your current job, there are plenty of resources to help you find a new job. Have you ever thought, "How to hire a headhunter?". What about paying for a service that helps you find a job? Whether you want to secure a stable, long-term career or hop around different jobs until you find one you love, it’s important to stay organized throughout your job hunting process so you’ll stand out in the applicant pool. How to Hire a Headhunter or Job Service Competitive … [Read more...] about How to Hire a Headhunter – Should You Pay for Job Hunting Help?
Bad credit can affect you getting a job - can your bad credit and personal finances affect your job search? The answer may surprise you when applying for a job.
A recent survey of 35-54 year olds published by the National Financial Education Council found that over 25% of respondents were subjected to a financial background check (or credit check) as a condition for their eligibility to get hired or promoted. Additionally, almost 30% of respondents in the survey were reportedly unsure if their employer performed a financial check … [Read more...] about
Did you know that the U.S. pet industry surpassed $60 billion in 2015? While the biggest expense category for the pet-owning population is food ($23 billion), over $5 billion is spent on pet-related services each year. If you’re one of the 54 million households that own at least one dog or 43 million households that own at least one cat, there are many ways to cash in on your love of animals. Or, perhaps you’re in a situation that doesn’t allow for pet ownership currently – traveling a lot, pet-unfriendly living circumstance, etc. – and you … [Read more...] about 7 Purr-Fect Ways for Pet Lovers to Make Money
As the Internet has evolved and ecommerce and delivery systems have improved, more retailers have decided to sell their physical products over the internet. Setting up an online store that sells physical items is a relatively easy and affordable way to start an online business, and you could be selling your products pretty quickly to a local and worldwide market. How to Make Money Selling Physical Products Online If you're not sure how to sell physical items online, you may get inspiration from the list below. Third Party Ecommerce … [Read more...] about Top 5 Easy Ways to Make Money Selling Physical Products Online