Let’s face it. College isn’t for everyone. But there are plenty of fulfilling high-paying jobs you can get without higher education. Check out this list of 24 fascinating jobs with no degree requirement.
The opportunity to “be your own boss,” make your own hours and work as much or as little as you like may sound like a dream. That’s what rideshare services like Uber and Lyft purport to offer their drivers. But can you really drive full-time for these companies and make a living?
Earning a college degree is hard work, but becoming a student again after being out of academia for a while can add a whole new level of difficulty to the process. Unfortunately, many guides on going to college are geared towards the “traditional” student: teenagers who have recently earned their high school diplomas. That leaves everyone else, otherwise considered to be “nontraditional” students, left to fend for themselves. Going back to school can be incredibly rewarding. Whether you’re going back…
The rising cost of traditional college and a decline in the number of qualified tradespeople have led many to wonder if trade school is a better financial option for students. Learn more about trade school vs. college and explore which option is better for you.
Follow these tips to plan for your resignation and protect your finances when you resign. People are calling it The Great Resignation. In 2021 a record number of Americans have voluntarily resigned from their jobs, many in search of more pay, better working conditions, superior benefits, or more flexibility.
The global workforce is evolving and now includes four generations of workers. Baby boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z work together on teams and face new and unique challenges. Those challenges can include differences in technology, experience, communication, workplace culture and more. Learn about how to address and overcome generation gaps at work.
Being laid off from your job through no fault of your own is stressful. Fortunately, access to severance pay can help soften the blow and help you through your period of unemployment. After receiving severance pay, you may wonder if you are allowed to file for unemployment benefits. Learn how receiving severance will affect your benefit eligibility.
If you joined the workforce pre-internet, you would likely agree that looking for a new job has always been an overwhelming process. In some ways, the internet has made it easier to find job listings, find reviews of workplaces and quickly submit applications to potential employers. However, online job hunts still have their disadvantages. There’s more competition, the process of filling out endless applications can get old really fast, and you still need to maintain your professional network both online…
If you’re on the hunt for a new job, you’re likely asking yourself what you want your work life to look like. Do you want consistency in your assignments or more variety? A flexible work schedule or a rigid one? As many benefits as possible or more cash in your pocket to cover the basics? To work for a company full-time or work for yourself as a contractor?
Job hunting can be a tiring and complicated process. This is especially true if you’re a recent graduate who’s new to the workforce, if you work in a specialized field or if the job market is especially volatile. Some job-seekers choose to work with recruiters, which can come with upsides and downsides. Should you work with one to land your next gig? We’ll dive into the pros and cons so you can decide what’s best for you.