Practical Career Advice You Can Actually Follow


    What to Wear to a Job Interview, Without Overspending

    They say you can't re-do a first impression, and that's especially true in job interviews. There's a pretty good possibility that you won't be the only person they interview for this position, so you need to do everything you can to stand out ...

    Study: Best Cities of the Future

    By Tina O - Tips for Future of Credit Cards
    Not long ago, the idea of using a credit card to feed a parking meter was about as crazy as using Spam to feed a vegetarian. If you needed to figure out where you needed to go, you had to pull out a huge, folded, paper map from your glove box - ...

    7 Hiring Mistakes That Businesses Make

    By Lori D - Tips for Business
    While most business owners would no doubt like to retain good employees for years to come, it is not always possible. People leave jobs every day, for various reasons. Sometimes employees leave for better paying jobs, sometimes for personal ...

    Study: Best Small Cities to Live and Work

    By Ian K - Tips for Live Within Your Means
    Finding the right place to live has a lot to do with pace. The big city life may seem too fast to you, but quiet towns with quaint downtowns may seem way too slow. The happy medium are the smaller cities that make up the heart of the U.S., where ...
    Cheyenne, Wyoming

    Study: Best States for Young Professionals

    By Livia Gershon - Tips for Credit Tips for Young Adults
    So you’ve finished college and you’re ready to get your professional career in gear. But you also want to play: it’s time to have fun, meet new people, and have those adventures that come with your 20s. Fortunately, the job market for college ...
    Orlando, Florida

    Study: Best States for Entrepreneurs

    By Tina O - Tips for Business
    Everybody knows that you don't go to Seattle for the sunshine. You don't go to Boise for the carrots. You don't go to Arizona for the beach, and at least this year, you don't go to Washington, D.C. for the football.

    Study: Best Cities to Live and Work

    By Ian K - Tips for Best Cities to Live
    Living in a big city offers plenty of perks—great restaurants, cultural activities and, often, a diverse array of job opportunities—but there are also many downsides, including traffic jams, high living costs and worrisome crime rates. But, what ...

    Study: Best Counties to Work in 2014

    By Michelle Smith - Tips for Study: Best States for Jobs
    Got a hankering for a better job? How about a better-paying one? If you've been yearning for a change, then it makes sense to consider all of your options, including moving to another locale. We looked from coast to coast to find the best ...
    Austin, Texas

    Study: Best Big Cities to Live and Work

    By Ian K - Tips for Live Within Your Means
    Small town or big city? Even if you're a diehard fan of the bright lights, you know big-city life can have its disadvantages, including high crime rates, high unemployment, and wages that don't cover the cost of living. But not all big cities ...

    Why Do Smart People Stay Up Late, and How to Make it Work for You

    By Abigail H - Tips for Sleep Statistics
    We've all heard Ben Franklin's famous saying, "Early to bed, early to rise. Makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." It may be true that the go-getters among us tend to get up early, but it's also true that more intelligent people tend to stay ...

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