Career and Work Articles


These articles focus on finding a career you love, getting a job, and becoming a more valuable asset to your employer. If you are looking for a job, you can begin your job search below or check out some other job sites to help you find a job
 
And here are some of of the more popular articles from this category…

* 25 Common Job Interview Questions
* Job Interview Preparation: Tips & Advice From An Interviewer
* 25 top paying jobs without a degree
* Tips to help you prepare for your next job interview
* 5 legitimate work from home jobs.
* 12 ways to earn extra money
* 15 Jobs To Make Money While In College
* What to do when you hate your job.
* 23 ways for teens to make money
* 10 Fun Summer Job Ideas for Teens

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How much are you really getting paid?

When you factor in all the additional expenses of having your job (some of which may not be obvious) that you could avoid if you didn’t have that particular job, you begin to see the value in this calculation.

I am currently reading Your Money or Your Life – which is a great book by the way. And I won’t turn this article into a review of the book since I haven’t finished it yet, but one of the things that I found very valuable the other day was calculating your real hourly wage. It’s not as simple as saying, “I make $400 a week and work 40 hours, therefore I make $10/hr.” When you factor in all the additional expenses of having your job (which some may not be obvious) that you could avoid if you didn’t have that particular job, you begin to see the value in this calculation.

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Why I Think You Should Set A Goal Today

He said rather bluntly, "So, what do you want?". I had thought about a lot of things I didn't want in life. A low-paying job, a job I hated, a dead-end career path were all at the top of my list, but I hadn't really spent much time thinking about things I wanted. He made me. Once I was able to decide on specific things that I wanted in life (particularly in the next 5 years), he had me write them down. This list is what became my 5-year goals

Have you ever wondered how setting a goal and following God’s will can co-exist? After all, what is the point setting a goal that isn’t what God is wanting for us?

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How to Find Your Purpose in Life with Jeff Goins

How to find your purpose in life - interview with Jeff Goins

Finding your purpose in life.  Whew, that is a tall order! What if it didn’t have to be quite as difficult as everyone makes us believe? Today, I have an interview with Jeff Goins from Goinswriter.com in which we chat about purpose, calling, how to find it, and what it all means. He just wrote […]

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5 Things To Do When Asking For A Raise

5 things to do when asking your boss for a raise

If you feel you deserve a raise, there are a few steps you can take that will increase the chances of a favorable outcome.

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5 Reasons to Put Your Retirement Plans Ahead of Your Children’s College

5 reasons to put your retirement savings ahead of your kid's college

I recently spoke with a single mom who was planning to mortgage her paid for house in order to ease her children’s college burdens. Her logic? “I just can’t let them accumulate all of those student loans. What kind of a mother would?”

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The Best 5 Work-from-Home Jobs from Someone Who Has Tried Them All

I've tested and tried out all the different work-from-home jobs out there and these are the 5 best ones -

Working from home is an excellent option for people who want to be with their families and still earn a living. When you work from home you can usually build a lot of flexibility into your schedule so that you can attend school functions for your children, care for sick family members, and tend to your household responsibilities . . . .

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Want to Get Rich Quick? The Bible has something to say about that

Lottery

Go ahead, admit it. You’ve thought about playing the lottery before. Maybe you’ve even played it during one of those $300+ million jackpot frenzies. Or perhaps you are a regular customer of the game . . . .

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6 Online Jobs for College Students

Jobs aren’t so easy to get these days, especially when you have a limited schedule that has to leave plenty of time for classes and homework. One of the best ways to get around that is by finding jobs online. Just a few years ago, working online was mostly a novelty, but it’s becoming more common all the time. Here are some of the more common online jobs and opportunities for college students.

The new college school year is coming up, and with college costs getting higher each year, one of the recurring challenges is trying to find jobs to help finance your education so you don’t have to rely so much on student loans. Jobs aren’t so easy to get these days, especially when you have a limited schedule that has to leave plenty of time for classes and homework.

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What to do when you hate your job

What you should do when you hate your job

These are 4 important things to do when you hate your job…

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15 Fantastic Jobs for 15-Year-Olds (Did You Try Any of These?)

15 job ideas for 15 year olds

In today’s job market, it can be hard for a teenager to find a job. I remember looking for jobs when I was 15 – they were hard to come by! Don’t let the idea of not having a car keep you from finding work. If you’re willing to work, you can find something that’s worth your time.

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How to Find a Job through the Back Door

how to find a job through the back door

When looking for a job, most candidates try to go through “the front door.” Those are the traditional job-hunting methods people use – blasting out resumes to hundreds of employers, applying “online” to hundreds more, or working with a job search firm . . . .

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How the 80/20 principle applies to your money

80-20-principle

You’ve probably heard of “the 80/20 rule.” The technical term for this common phrase is called the Pareto principle, named after . . . you guessed it, a man named Pareto . . . .

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The 25 Most Common Job Interview Questions Asked

the 25 most common job interview questions asked

Ah, the joy of job interviews. The whole process seems to be a pretty inefficient way of hiring good employees, but it doesn’t look like it is going away any time soon. Rather than getting frustrated at the process, our best course of action is probably to go with the flow and learn how to play the game…

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Obamacare Silver Lining: More Jobs?

More Jobs

Love it or hate it, by the first day of 2014, Obamacare will become our new reality. This article is intended to be neither an endorsement nor an indictment of the new health care program. In truth, since this plan is something completely new, no one really knows how it will play out. Most of the projections that have come out so far have been primarily speculation. Let’s take it a step further with yet another speculation – this one on the positive side. It is possible that Obamacare contains a silver lining in a form of more jobs.

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