How to Save for Retirement When You’re Young and Broke

Let's talk retirement. Retirement is not a fun topic, but it is necessary, especially for millennials. No one really taught us about retirement before or after graduation, so it's up to us to educate ourselves. Say you graduated college with the average student loan debt of $30,000. You find your first job that pays $32,000 (again…an average). Your student loan payments for a 10-year payment plan are around $400/month. Your salary means you bring home around $2,600 (that isn't including taxes). Assuming 25% of your pay goes to taxes, you bring home right at $2,000 a month. If you're bringing...Read More
Looking for a new job? Make sure your resume is on point by avoiding these 10 mistakes.

10 Resume Mistakes to Avoid

Resumes are a necessary part of any career, and it's important to make sure that yours is perfect. Not only are you needing to ensure there are no mistakes, but you have to figure out how to get a hiring manager to actually read it and make sure it isn't simply tossed aside. Here are 10 common resume mistakes to avoid. 1) Being Too Long Unless you are a high level manager or director, you should keep your resume to one page if possible. Why? Because hiring managers receive TONS of resumes. If you are applying for an entry-level or...Read More