Jenny Peters

  • Creative Jobs for Stay-at-Home Moms

    Creative Jobs for Stay-at-Home Moms

    Just because a woman chooses to stay at home when she has her children does not necessarily mean that all of her moneymaking possibilities dry up. In fact, there are plenty of creative mothers out there who have figured out how to combine the joys of stay-at-home motherhood with an entrepreneurial spirit that... Continue Reading

  • Juggling Jobs: Adventures in Earning

    Juggling Jobs: Adventures in Earning

    As the U.S. economy begins to show some signs of possibly returning to the prosperity of old, there are many Americans who are not waiting for things to change. Instead, they are hitting the job market with all cylinders, juggling two or more jobs to help make ends meet, follow their dreams or simply to enjoy... Continue Reading

  • Spring Jobs: Take Advantage of the Season

    Spring Jobs: Take Advantage of the Season

    As spring brings everyone out of hibernation and ready to enjoy the great outdoors once again, consider getting clever with ways to supplement your income. Think out of the box with these spring jobs that creatively offer services that people in your community might just be willing to pay someone else (you!) to... Continue Reading

  • Working the Night Shift: What a Way to Make a Living!

    Working the Night Shift: What a Way to Make a Living!

    As the U.S. job market struggles to recover from the recession, there's a world of jobs out there that some may have never considered. They're to be had on the night shift, or third shift-- employment for people who are willing to work when the rest of the world is sleeping. Think about the team on the hit CBS... Continue Reading

  • Biking to Work: How Four People Made the Change

    Biking to Work: How Four People Made the Change

    Ready to reduce your carbon footprint and shed a few pounds at the same time? Spring is the perfect time to dust off that bicycle and start pedaling to work; it doesn't take much to change your daily routine. We asked readers to share their riding experiences with us, and discovered some seriously dedicated... Continue Reading

  • My JOBituary: May That Stinkin' Job Rest in Peace

    My JOBituary: May That Stinkin' Job Rest in Peace

    Ever had a job that made you wish you were dead? We know, we have, too. So when we suggested that writing a JOBituary would cleanse the soul, and prepare job seekers to ready for the challenges of a new, much-better employment opportunity, people jumped at the chance. Read on, and then write your own job death... Continue Reading

  • What It's Really Like to Work for Fortune's 10 Best Companies to Work for

    What It's Really Like to Work for Fortune's 10 Best Companies to Work for

    Whether you're currently unemployed or just considering a company or career change, wouldn't it be nice to snag a job at one of Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For?" We think so, especially at the very best, the Top Ten. So we set out to ask the people who work there just what puts those ten... Continue Reading

  • Say What? Shocking Interview Stories

    Say What? Shocking Interview Stories

    We've all had that perfect job interview at least once in our lives, when everything clicks. It's that moment when both interviewer and interviewee realize that each has found exactly what the other is looking for, a moment of happy bliss. But then there are the other times, those moments when a job... Continue Reading