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Most Effective Ways to Modernize Your Resume

February 24th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
If you are like many people, your resume hasn’t seen a significant amount of change in years. You may have diligently updated it with new accomplishments or positions, but the basic document is still the same as it was the day you first typed it up. As the economy changes,  Read More »

7 Most Common CV Myths That May Cost You the Job

February 24th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Introduction Did you know that many job applicants unknowingly make errors while writing resumes? The truth is that most people have different ways of writing their curriculum vitae. A lot of factors tend to change from one person to another. Such factors include formatting, style, and arrangement. But the process  Read More »

7 Work at Home Jobs Perfect for Retirees

February 21st, 2017 | No Comment Yet
So you’ve retired, but you’re going crazy without any work to do. It happens to the best of us. We all long for the day we can finally put away our work boots, but when it comes, we just don’t know what to do with ourselves. Working from home offers  Read More »

Well Paying Jobs with Short Training Programs

February 13th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Linda Gimmeson When contemplating a new career path, the idea of searching for employment outside of your current realm of expertise can be daunting. It’s difficult to make time for new skill sets when holding down full-time employment. This is why it can be beneficial to locate high paying  Read More »

How to Successfully Transition to a Higher Paying Career

February 6th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author Linda Gimmeson Oh that dreaded rut; at one point in all of our lives, we tend to get a bit stuck, wedged in the daily monotony that is work, relationships or life goals. Whether you’re 25 or 55, your job does not have to be the rut that you’ve  Read More »

Retirement Legal Work: 3 Tips For Planning Your Estate

February 3rd, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Emma Sturgis Before you retire, you want to consider the money and property that you have to leave behind to your family members. Preparing your estate can become difficult if you don’t have a lot to leave behind and you want to make sure everyone has something or if  Read More »

Handing Down The Family Business? 3 Strategies For A Peaceful Transition

January 12th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Emma Sturgis The family business is often one that has taken years to build. It’s likely one that was started with a great-grandparent and that has been carried through many generations. However, there comes a time when a younger member of the family should take control because of an  Read More »

How to Keep your Money Rolling after Retiring

January 9th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
As we work we always look forward to that time when we shall be leaving work to rest. This normally comes after long years of toiling and investment for some. It is, therefore, possible that at this time we only have our individual bills to settle as the dependents may  Read More »

Personality Types: How to Find A Perfect Job For You In No Time

December 27th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Have you ever seen a seemingly random combination of four capital letters, such as “INFP, in someone’s social media or dating profile? This four-letter acronym is their Myers-Briggs Personality Type. The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality assessment based on Carl Jung’s research on Psychological types and created  Read More »

Changing Careers After 50? Don’t Sweat It!

December 20th, 2016 | No Comment Yet
Sick of your boring old desk job you’ve had for the last 30 years? Want to chase after that job you’ve dreamed of since you were six? Afraid of making the change because you’re already so close to retirement? You aren’t alone. There are many baby boomers deciding to chase  Read More »