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7 jobs that pay $75,000 a year

7 jobs that pay $75,000 a year

A few years back,A researchers from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson SchoolA shed some light on the long-debated topic of money and its link to happiness. The study revealed a correlation between earning a specific dollar amount and reaching one’s highest happiness level. According to the study, as…

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A Career In Medicine.

A Career In Medicine.

A Career In Medicine. Do you want a career in medicine, but aren’t sure what you want to do or where you will fit in? Thankfully, there are plenty of career options from which to choose, and not all of them require years of schooling…

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How to Handle a Pay Cut

How to Handle a Pay Cut

Perhaps you’ve noticed that business has slowed down around your office, which could be a sign that your company has fallen on tough times. The good news, you learn, is that you still have a job. But before you can say, “Whew,” you learn the…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 4)

In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 4)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 5)

In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 5)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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Scoring the interview

Scoring the interview

First, find a hook — something that creates a personal tie between you and the employer — in every job you apply to and include it in the cover letter. Mention an article you just read that highlighted the company or quoted one of the…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 1)

In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 1)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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20 Resume mistakes to avoid

20 Resume mistakes to avoid

Are you a polite, non-smoker with three pets whose interests include barbequing, picnics and long walks on the beach? If you’ve ever considered including these personal details on a resume or the fact that your special skills include making organic soups and calling the weekly…

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Shark Week at the Office: Survival Guide

Shark Week at the Office: Survival Guide

Each summer, Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” capitalizes on our collective fear of large, toothy fish with seven days of programming dedicated to topics like “Rogue Sharks,” “Killer Sharks” and “How Sharks Hunt.” At the same time, however, the people at Discovery Channel want us to…

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career Change – 5 Tips for Career Changers

career Change – 5 Tips for Career Changers

You’ve hit a turning point in your career. Whether it’s because your job has slowly become less satisfying over the years, or you woke up one morning and realized you hated going to work, you’ve decided it’s time for a change. If only you knew…

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