Invest

how to invest

Live

career, food, travel

Save

saving, credit, debt

Protect

insurance, security

Retire

401K, IRA, FI, Retire

Home » Archive by Category

Articles in Workplace Finance

How to Get a Job when you have no Experience (or are Unemployed)
Wed, 09/18/13 | 6 Comments
How to Get a Job when you have no Experience (or are Unemployed)

I alluded to this in my story, but it’s something I think every upcoming or recent college graduate can benefit from so I wanted to expand on it…
Lesson #1 learned from the School of Hard …

Take the Best Job you Can Get & Worry About the Rest Later
Thu, 04/4/13 | 12 Comments
Take the Best Job you Can Get & Worry About the Rest Later

In the recent post that detailed how my wife got an interview and offer after months of ignored applications and finger-crossing, it occurred to me that I really didn’t get in to the details of …

Having a Tough Time Getting an Interview? Try this Simple Strategy
Mon, 03/25/13 | 11 Comments
Having a Tough Time Getting an Interview? Try this Simple Strategy

Last fall, I highlighted my wife’s switch to a career in nursing.
Nursing was a careful selection. She wanted to get away from the desk and work more with people. Her family has a number of …

Marissa Mayer Ending Telecommuting at Yahoo? No Big Deal. Your Work-Life Balance? Big Deal
Mon, 03/4/13 | 17 Comments
Marissa Mayer Ending Telecommuting at Yahoo? No Big Deal. Your Work-Life Balance? Big Deal

Marissa Mayer earned a lot of attention last week with her declaration to Yahoo employees that they would no longer be allowed to telecommute.
- Some have said it is not fair to employees who have …

Moving Into a Career in Nursing: my Wife’s Career Change Story
Wed, 11/28/12 | 13 Comments
Moving Into a Career in Nursing: my Wife’s Career Change Story

In a previous post on education tax credits, I noted that my wife was going back to school for an accelerated nursing degree through a local community college.
That prompted a 20somethingfinance reader, Telly, to write …

6 Open Enrollment Season Must-Do’s
Tue, 10/30/12 | 10 Comments
6 Open Enrollment Season Must-Do’s

What is Open Enrollment?
November is open enrollment season (a.k.a. “annual enrollment” or simply “open season”) – an important time of the year for employees to review their benefit elections.
Open enrollment usually rolls around just once …


Home | Sitemap | Terms | © 20somethingfinance.com