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Why you should plan to retire early even if you don't want to

Plus, more tips for keeping your health, family and finances in order. Read more

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2-year degrees that go on to earn the least money

Two-year degrees do not always lead to jobs that pay well, even if they are professionally satisfying. Here are some with the lowest paying options. Read more

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Community colleges whose graduates earn the most money

With combined student loan debt reaching a staggering $1.68 trillion in 2020, many individuals looking to advance their education and career are seeking alternatives to traditional four-year universities. Read more

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Community colleges whose graduates earn the most money

Stacker used information from Payscale to produce the following list which ranks potential earnings from community college graduates at var… Read more

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Small startup might be the job opportunity for you

Good candidates are breezing past small startups, opening a door for those prepared to take risk. So small startup roles could be worth considering. Read more

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You can reinvent yourself in a pandemic. Really

If you're considering taking the leap into a new industry, you might be more qualified than you think. Here's how to start tackling the process of changing careers. Read more

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Top 10 most important hard skills

Not surprisingly, given the data- and tech-driven nature of today’s workplace, 53% of respondents said analytical skills were among the most important hard skills for a potential employee to bring to the table. Zety compiled this list of hard skills — the kind easiest for companies to teach and to measure: Read more

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2-year degrees that go on to earn the least money

Two-year degrees do not always lead to jobs that pay well, even if they are professionally satisfying. Stacker found some of the lowest pay… Read more

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2-year degrees that go on to the most meaningful jobs

Stacker compiled a ranked list of two-year degrees whose graduates go on the most meaningful jobs using 2020 data from Payscale. Read more

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These were the 50 most common jobs in the US 100 years ago

It's been a tough century for travelling salesmen and telephone operators. Read more

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The Best and Worst Entry-Level Jobs

What many job-market entrants ultimately seek is a career — not just a job. In search of answers and actionable information for the Class of 2016, WalletHub’s analysts took stock of the first-timer job market by comparing 109 entry-level positions based on 11 key metrics. Read more

The Best and Worst Cities to Start a Career

In order to help recent college graduates find the best cradles for their burgeoning careers, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 largest U.S. cities. We used 17 key metrics to determine the relative strength of their job markets as well as the attractiveness of their social scenes and other factors important to job-market entrants. Read more

The Best and Worst Places to Be a Real-Estate Agent

"Location, location, location” might be the most hackneyed expression in the real-estate profession, but the principle applies just as much to realtors as it does to their clients. Read more

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