By Woodrow Aames
At a time when companies are struggling to recruit certain talent, established companies and startups alike know they have to dangle perks to lure recruits into the fold. And since free food and drink, stock options and yoga classes are no longer special, sometimes that means offering... Read More »
Do you speak fluent Mandarin? Can you cook a four-course meal? Ride and groom a horse? Steer a 32-foot boat, manage an art collection, and clean an ice rink? Do you have celebrity contacts? And do you have the looks of a global supermodel?
If so, have you ever thought about becoming a nanny?
According to... Read More »
By Debra Auerbach
Perhaps it's to help cover your bills. Or maybe it's to seek fulfillment not experienced at your day job. Whatever the reason, if you are looking to get a second job, you're not alone. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 7 million Americans hold more than one job. Read More »
This article originally appeared on OnlineDegrees.com
By Jessica Hanley
Some jobs are famous for their perks: CEOs get to use the corporate jet, Google employees can see a chiropractor on site, and snowboard company Burton gives employees a free season pass to a nearby resort. But you don't need to be the... Read More »
Don't feel sorry for what you believe to be the poor, beleaguered nanny, stuck inside tending kids all summer long, without any school to relieve them. June through August can be the hottest months of all for child-care givers, both literally and figuratively. In fact, a recent survey showed that a majority... Read More »
Whether you spent an entire year (or two) home with a new baby, or just the bare-bones amount of time allotted for maternity leave, the transition back to work for a new mom can be extraordinarily difficult.
After my son was born in 2007, I had the great luxury of staying home with him for an entire year. During... Read More »
You might want to listen to Obama's State of the Union address on Wednesday if you, like the majority of the country, are a member of the middle class and having a hard time making ends meet. On Monday, President Obama announced that he will be introducing a number of plans and policies that will help "rebuild... Read More »