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I Make $50,000 As A Chief Of Staff — & I’ve Switched Careers Twice

I Make $50,000 As A Chief Of Staff — & I’ve Switched Careers Twice

Age: 33Current Location: New Orleans, LACurrent Industry & Title: Equipment Manufacturing, Chief of Staff Starting Salary: $25,000 in 2009Current Salary: $50,000Number Of Years Employed: 15Biggest Salary Jump: $21,900 (from $45,600 to $67,500 in 2015)Biggest Salary Drop: $29,100 (from about $67,500 to about $38,400 in 2016)
How This Mom Balances Motherhood & 4 Different Careers

How This Mom Balances Motherhood & 4 Different Careers

“Before I had Harrison, I was wearing a lot of very loose oversized things, but once I had him, I started wearing more fitted pieces. That wasn’t a typical thing for me,” she explains. “I’m usually more neutrals and basics: whites, creams, browns. Overall, my style is very casual and very minimal, especially having kids.…
Lori Loughlin & Felicity Huffman Might Go To Jail, But That Doesn’t Mean Their Careers Are Over

Lori Loughlin & Felicity Huffman Might Go To Jail, But That Doesn’t Mean Their...

“He, like, built his whole entire brand, and he wasn’t actually, like — I don't know if I'm supposed to say this — ever enrolled in college," Loughlin and Giannulli's daughter Olivia Jade said on The Zach Sang Show earlier this month. "But he, like, faked his way through it, and then he started his…
I Make $100,000 & I’m Planning To Switch Careers To Help Others

I Make $100,000 & I’m Planning To Switch Careers To Help Others

"Luckily, I was awarded a couple of scholarships prior to starting my undergrad. One was for $10,000, and another for $1,500. I also chose to stay in state to keep my tuition affordable. My four years cost roughly $19,500 of which I was responsible for $8,000.
These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in October 2018

These are the Top 15 companies hiring for $100K+ jobs in October 2018

The job market continues to stay hot as does economic activity. In fact, the job market is strong that 58% of senior managers are extending counteroffers to employees trying to leave, according to a March-April survey of 5,500 hiring managers by staffing firm Robert Half. So where are all of these hot jobs paying at least…
4 tips to help you find meaning at work

4 tips to help you find meaning at work

Work. It wakes us in the middle of the night, it consumes a majority of our days, and yet we rely on it to provide for the actual life we want to lead. Given its significance and presence in your life, it’s sad to experience work as empty or, worse, dreadful — sapping energy from…
6 books to read when starting your career

6 books to read when starting your career

When you’re first starting out in your career, there’s a lot to learn. From navigating the job interview process and working with others in a new office to figuring out how to have your ideas heard and earn a promotion, it can get overwhelming. The career path you dreamed of in college may not be…
This is the reason Millennials are getting divorced less

This is the reason Millennials are getting divorced less

Millennials are responsible for the downfall of so many once-loved things: napkins, beer, cereal, face-to-face contact, etc., And now it seems they are killing divorce rates, as in they are actually better at staying married than than the generations that proceeded them. According to a new study by the University of Maryland,  the U.S. divorce…
These are the ‘weirdest’ professions in each state

These are the ‘weirdest’ professions in each state

There are dream jobs, where you get to watch TV all day, eat avocados every day for six months, and drink gin and travel with a friend, and then there are these. That being said, the site 24/7 Wall St. sifted through various information to come up with a list of the strangest professions in each…
The lessons most new grads have to learn in their first jobs

The lessons most new grads have to learn in their first jobs

What lessons do most new grads have to learn their first year in their ‘real jobs’? My first post college job was as a reporter for a local Oregon newspaper called The Roseburg News-Review. I was so excited about that job. I worked as a sports writer and columnist, covering high school and college sports,…

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