1. Finding Paid Internships to Prep Young Adults for Their Dream Job

    Female business intern in meetingIt can be hard for a young adult to land a job in a chosen field without having had relevant work experience. One of the best ways to build a résumé and work skills is through internships. How to be sure that an internship will assist one’s career? A National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) survey found that 65 percent of college grads working in paid internships were likely to receive a full-time job offer.

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  2. Is Your Teen Ready for His or Her First Job?

    Teen working at movie theaterBy working outside of the home, high school students can develop real-world experience, independence, time management skills and responsibility, as well as earn money. Is your teen ready for a job? Following are some surefire signs:

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  3. Transitioning Back to Your Day Job After Maternity Leave

    Mom and Baby BoyReturning to work after maternity leave can be difficult and filled with mixed emotions, even for the most organized of moms. Finding a good caregiver, adjusting to your previous work schedule, and getting yourself and baby ready each morning are just some of the challenges that many new moms face. With a little planning, you can be back on top of your game in no time. Below are a few tips to help make your transition back to work seamless, for both you and your newborn.

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  4. Four Strategies to Help Balance Your Work Life, Home Life & Inner Calm

    Mom Working on Laptop in Living RoomWorking parents today tend to feel a need to do it all: chauffeur the kids to school, work eight or more hours a day, pick up the kids from school, help them with homework, and then burn the midnight oil to complete a work project. Who has time to catch one’s breath, let alone catch some sleep? How can a new parent keep everything under control without pushing over the limit?

     

    Here are four ways for achieving a healthy work-life and home-life balance:

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    Categories: Health & Safety
  5. Money-Saving Lunch Ideas

    0905-save-money-on-lunchSaving money is probably on the top of really everybody’s list of priorities, but it’s easier said than done. What with all the television and radio ads, banners on websites and roadside billboards seen on your way to work, it often seems as if we can’t go for more than ten minutes without being pressured into spending hard-earned money.

    Whether you’re saving for something big such as a house or your child’s education, or just looking to have extra dollars in your pocket, you can get a head start with the following helpful ideas for saving lunchtime money.

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