Archives for June 2012

What Managers Want When Hiring Public Relations Specialists

Public Relations Specialists America’s biggest corporations are currently seeking exceptionally skilled public relations specialists with histories of exemplary performance. As many industry-leading companies reinvent themselves for the new millennium, public relations executives inspire employees, shareholders, clients and communities to support new corporate initiatives. The person who can use “the message” to turbo-charge the machinery quickly […]

Payday Loans: The Responsible Way to Go?

Payday Loans Even for people who are careful, life’s unexpected events happen. People who have their lives carefully ordered and their finances sorted can still have a temporary setback in which they will need just a little bit of immediate cash to keep the train on the tracks. Cars do break down and trees do fall on […]

Making a Decision: Individual or Group Life Insurance Policies?

Individual or Group Life Insurance Policies? These days it seems everyone is planning for their future. From choosing the right career, to when is the right time to have a family, there will be choices that will ultimately reflect things to come. One of these choices is choosing the right life insurance option for you […]

Accounting Trends Creating Jobs

Accounting Jobs A recent article in Financial Trend Forecaster talks about a new trend in the world of accounting. Increasingly more companies are hiring accountants to work on staff as full time employees to manage corporate budgets, accounts payable and receivable, to present financial reports to investors and to negotiate corporate tax laws. Companies are also looking for […]

The Importance of Building Credit as a Young Adult

Building Credit If you are currently in college, or have recently graduated from college, you know how difficult it is to get a credit card due to a lack of credit history. For those of us who are a little older, this may seem unbelievable, because when we were in school, credit card offers would literally pour […]

May Unemployment Statistics by State

U.S. Unemployment Rate by State The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released their Unemployment rates by State. So we can see how the various states compare. From the chart below we can see that California, Nevada, North Carolina, New Jersey, Washington D.C., and Rhode Island are all doing worse than the national average. New […]

Returning to College for a Higher Degree?

Moms Returning to College We all know more education equals higher income and lower levels of unemployment. See: The Difference a Degree Makes in Unemployment Levels Baby boomer will begin retiring over the next five years increasing job vacancies. This is just in time for moms entering a two-year graduate program now. In some fields, however, […]

Why Your Small Business Needs an Accountant

Small Business Accountant Many people who start their own small business do so as a means of determining their own destiny. They are their own boss, operating the business their own way and planning for the future with their own ideas. There are, however, certain laws and regulations legislating aspects of any business. For this […]

The Basics of Starting a Small Home-Based Business

A Small Home-Based Business In today’s economy, there are definitely a lot of people that are struggling to find jobs, who don’t know where to turn. Instead of sitting around waiting for their unemployment benefits to run out or for someone to offer them a job, they are using the grace period of unemployment checks to start a small […]

The Secret to Making More Money: Stay in School

Stay in School=Make More Money It’s no secret that the more you learn, the more you earn. The United States Department of Education estimates that young adults with a bachelor’s degree earn more than twice as much per year on average than young adults who didn’t graduate from high school. And according the the U.S. […]