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“If you can’t be with the one you love, honey, love the one you’re with.” Folk-rocker Stephen Stills was of course writing about a long-distance romance in his 1970 classic. But as I was thinking about the job market, specifically … Continue reading
I’ll admit upfront that this is a polarizing topic. Some parents (about six in ten*) firmly believe in giving an allowance; others feel it’s unnecessary. I’m sure you can guess which camp I’m in (not-so-subtle hint: it’s the former). Why… Continue reading
Imagine you are shipping something across the country – family heirlooms, a dining set, an old loveseat for your son, the recent college graduate. Now, imagine when the guy driving the truck arrives, you provide fuzzy directions – a town,… Continue reading
Studies have shown that students can work while they’re in high school and college – to the tune of around 15 hours a week, which is about two weekend days and a few hours on Friday – without compromising their… Continue reading
I recently came across an article about the October 2010 White House Women’s Entrepreneurship Conference, sponsored by the White House Council on Women and Girls that states the following: Women-owned businesses are a critical part of America’s 21st century economy…. Continue reading