Freelancing is an emerging trend in our working world. A lot of people turn to freelancing for a happier, healthier and more fulfilling overall working experience. It would seem that the main cause is the workplace stress.
If you’re in your 20s or 30s you’re not really thinking about retirement. The event seems too far away. A report by Morning Consult show that only 39% of adults start saving for retirement in their 20s. Moreover, just over 45% of Americans start saving in their 30s. The other 15% start in their 40s and a minority of 6% start saving in their 50s.
A Stanford professor puts out a complete, 11-week-long, 100% free Machine Learning Course on Coursera for everyone to study. Google does the same with their artificial intelligence crash course which every new engineer has to take before working for them.
Working from home might seem like a dream for most. It has been an accelerating trend in the US and Europe for some time now. It has actually been predicted five seconds after the first personal computer was invented. Truth is, there are a thousand reasons why working from home is perfect and another thousand reasons why it might not be right for you.
You are the first person responsible for his/her career. It is up to you to discover your gifts and that special ability that will help you stand out from the rest and have a flourishing career. This is where your first investment should be. Time and money are the two most important currencies.
College is an important milestone for nearly everyone. It is a journey of its own and when graduation day comes, it almost feels like entering an entirely new world. And that’s because it is an entirely new world: the working world.
Who hasn’t dreamt of owning their own business? After all, that means setting your own hours, being the boss, and making the lion’s share of the money, right?