How working mothers can balance back-to-school time
Aug21

How working mothers can balance back-to-school time

Finding the balance between work life and being there for your children can be difficult for most working mothers. Staying on top of what your children will need for back to school shopping and making your presence known in their school can be almost impossible when you are also trying to advance your career. Holly Caplan, a mom, workplace issues expert, career coach and author of “Surviving the D-ck Clique: A Girl’s Guide to...

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Become a master coder with these web engineering online degrees
Jul23

Become a master coder with these web engineering online degrees

One of the most sought after jobs today is working in web engineering or what is better known as “coding”. Have a knowledge and mastery of this new kind of digital alchemy can almost guarantee success in your job search with one of the more desirable salaries you can find.Other than this projected growth and more than attractive salary — this position is perfect for those who would like to work remotely. Because if you have access to...

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How becoming a paralegal can kickstart your legal career
Jul23

How becoming a paralegal can kickstart your legal career

Not everyone knows exactly what they want to be at an early age. It may even take you three years of college to finally figure out what you want your degree to represent in the end. Even after graduating, it may take years of working different jobs to confirm or dissuade you away from a career path. Are you are finding yourself in the position where you would like to enter a career in law, but are feeling like too much time has passed...

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Ways to avoid a bad student loan
Jul17

Ways to avoid a bad student loan

You might not use the word “good” to describe student loans, but not all of them are bad. A truly bad loan has high interest rates, few repayment options or little help if you have trouble making payments. Taking time to assess loan features is key to avoiding a bad one, says Kevin Fudge, director of consumer advocacy and ombudsman for American Student Assistance, a nonprofit focused on helping students pay for college. Before...

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Breaking the cycle of hustling drugs to hustling in the real estate business
Jul16

Breaking the cycle of hustling drugs to hustling in the real estate business

How do you know that it is time to make a change in your life? Furthermore, if you are presented with some sort of cosmic sign telling you that you need to make some changes — has your life veered too far in the wrong direction to ever truly course correct? Jay Morrison, the wildly successful CEO of the Tulsa Real Estate Fund, knows that it is tough beating the odds when the chips are stacked against you because he has to overcome a...

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