If you haven't settled on a career yet, this interactive chart from Rasmussen College can help you find the best options. It organizes occupations into four quadrants based on salary, expected job growth, and number of opportunities available.
I'm fresh out of college and already working multiple part-time jobs. Altogether, I'm pulling down about 60-70 hours a week. How can I keep from getting burned out ruining my chances at a steady job down the road?
Before you pursue a project that you believe is unique, entrepreneur Johnny Earle suggests writing down a list of ten ways in which what you're doing is different from your competition.
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Android/iOS/Web: Proven is a job search engine and mobile app that makes finding the perfect gig for you super easy. The app guides you to great jobs in your area, and lets you apply for them via the web or right on your smartphone while you're stuck commuting to your current terrible job.
I'm tired of the rat race and have been dreaming about starting my own business for some time. Having never done this before, though, I'm nervous about taking the plunge. How can I tell if starting my company is really a good idea or if it'll be doomed to failure?