4 Keys Tips for Job-Hunting in 2016

Thinking of applying for a new job? With the New Year fast approaching, there’s no better time for a fresh start, a chance to make the big changes that you’ve been thinking about over 2015. Job-hunting can be hard work, and more often than not it takes a fair few attempts before we have a success, especially in today’s much more competitive job market. If you’re planning on applying for a new job, here are some things that you should consider to make sure you’re completely prepared. Continue reading “4 Keys Tips for Job-Hunting in 2016”

Enjoyment To Employment: Earning Money From Your Automotive Hobby

Every down-home cook and amateur photographer dreams of taking their recreation and turning it into a source of income. Although it can happen, it’s tougher in certain fields. Most of the time, you need to have extensive specialized knowledge to get enough work to really say you earn money at your hobby. So the artsy guy with the $800 camera getup and the master of Granny’s recipes face far more competition than somebody who has gradually self-taught some very specialized skills, then carried that knowledge into a formal education program.

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3 Tips for Avoiding Bankruptcy As a Business

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Experiencing the failing of your business is one of the hardest things an entrepreneur can think of. Especially if you’ve devoted years of your life and thousands or even millions of dollars into your company, finding out that you can’t afford to stay in business anymore can be detrimental to your lifestyle and mental health. However, many of the problems businesses face that result in bankruptcy and failure could have been avoided if they’d only known what to look out for. To make it so your business stays afloat, here are three tips for avoiding bankruptcy as a business and remaining in the black.

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