Articles on Career and Income

12 Things You Should Do in the First Six Months of a New Job

Got a new job? Great! Here's your game plan for the next six months.

3 Ways Education Can Impact Your Creditworthiness

Education doesn't directly affect your credit; but it can impact your creditworthiness.

Want Financial Education in Schools? Follow the Example of One Kansas Teen

Kansas Legislature passed a law requiring high school students to complete a CPR course to graduate. We need to push just as hard for financial education.

Free "Digital Retirement Coach" Aims to Take Angst Out of Retirement Planning

If the thought of retirement planning sends chills down your spine, a helpful chatbot from AARP and the Ad Council makes it all seem easy.

7 Types of People Who Will Help Grow Your Career

Some people help your career flourish. You just have to know who they are and where to find them.

9 Ways an Annual Self Review Can Boost Your Career

Don't wait for the boss to schedule your annual review. There are plenty of reasons to give yourself an appraisal right now.

Best Money Tips: Best Skills for Making More Money

Today we found articles on the best skills for making more money, how to quit bad money habits that rob you blind, tips for preparing the soil for your vegetable garden.

13 Ways to Make Money Teaching Your Skills to Others

Give a person a fish, you feed them for a day; teach scores of people to fish, and feed yourself forever!

What to Do If You Can't Pay Your Private Student Loan

Private student loan debt can be difficult to pay or renegotiate. Here's what to do when those loans become a real burden.

How to Manage Two Jobs (Without Burning Out)

Burning the candle at both ends can be exhausting. Here's how to make sure you aren't the one who burns out.

How to Pay for College When You Didn't Get a Scholarship

Worried that a lack of scholarships will stunt your college savings? Don't worry; there are other smart ways to afford your degree.

Here's What You Need to Know About 529 ABLE Accounts

If you're the parent of a special-needs child, the 529 ABLE account can be a valuable resource in helping your child thrive.

How to Talk About a Previous Job in an Interview

Your interviewer asks the killer question: "How did you like your previous job?" Here's how to respond without blowing it.

4 Signs You Should Sell Your Small Business

Your small business is your baby. When is the right time to let it go?

4 Ways to Make Money From St. Patrick's Day

Bring a little luck of the Irish to your bank account with these easy ways to earn some greenbacks on St. Patty's Day.

6 Ways to Stay Healthy While Working the Night Shift

Working the graveyard shift can do a number on your overall health. Create a routine that supports.

5 Ways Job Hunting Has Gotten Better for New Grads

If you're graduating from college soon, take heart; job hunting has gotten a lot easier.

How to Negotiate a Raise Out of the Blue

If you're going to ask for a raise out of the blue, don't come to the table unprepared. Here's how to play it smart.

How to Keep Student Loans From Wrecking Your Retirement

Young Americans owe thousands in student loan debt. Unfortunately, so do their parents.

Here's What to Do if You Don't Make Enough Money at Your Job

When your paycheck is only making ends meet, it takes a toll on your money and your mood. It's time to get proactive.