There is going to be a wide variation in the salaries that celebrities makes each year. It will depend upon the person and how famous they are as to the money that they can ask for various activities. But you need to remember that a lot of celebrities get given a lot of the… Read More »
If you have ever thought that you could make the interesting YouTube videos, have you considered making some money from them? There are a few steps that you will need to follow to be able to bring in some money but if you are serious and can work hard then it is possible to make… Read More »
In a world full of economic uncertainty and personal incertitude regarding which career to pursue, it is not surprising that many people seek out career advice from friends, family, co-workers, and bosses. And while some of the advice offered can help facilitate the cultivation of a great career, the aforementioned individuals are also subject to… Read More »
In today’s global economy, to land your next opportunity, you must stand out from your competitors! By doing so, you will need to construct an amazing resume that markets yourself, and that ultimately convinces hiring managers to contact you. One of the basics of every resume is to make sure it is simple, clean, and… Read More »
Today, companies are more concern about finding the right “fit” than just hiring someone who is “smart.” This article explains why it’s important for you to show in the interview who you truly are.
Here’s an article that shows the best 50 places to work. Which company do you work or want to work for?
You’ve got to earn money in order to put it to work for you, regardless of which investment track you choose. You cannot make something out of nothing, and nothing is what many mid-career professionals find themselves working with after being laid off or outsourced out of a job. The globalization of the economy has… Read More »
This post is an update on my rental property in Philadelphia. In this section, I talk about my landlord experience – the good, the bad, and the ugly. All my posts that are related to the rental property can be found in the Rental Property section, including the bad tenant saga series). October was a… Read More »
Unemployment in the U.S. rose to 9.5% in June 2009 and hit a 26-year high. Rumors of a layoff were floating around in my company for many weeks prior to June. Finally, at the end of June, the news broke out for our government-sponsored project. There was a huge cut in the government budget and… Read More »