The median American household will earn roughly $2.5 million during their working life. Married households will earn roughly $3.8 million. Most people make more or less. Others work longer or retire sooner. The point is, Americans earn millions during their lifetimes and never become millionaires. Don’t let that happen to you. Source: US Census Bureau […]
One of the harsh realities of the new millennium is a dearth of good-paying jobs, even for college grads. It’s obvious middle-class jobs are quickly disappearing and being replaced by low-paying retail and service jobs. Wage erosion is only going to get worse in the future. Here is how to survive and get paid a […]
I spent the first decade of my working life scrimping and saving to get by, when I should have been concentrating on my career, my income and my education. I could have easily earned hundreds of thousands of dollars more, instead of saving a couple thousand dollars here and there.
Young adults see work very different from past generations. We saw work as an opportunity to achieve all of our goals and dreams. In other words, we saw it as a way to get a car. Most of the kids I know today just see work as a hassle and something to be avoided. Heck, most of the kids I know don’t even have cars. Times have definitely changed.
This week has brought a big political backlash against President Obama for saying, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that.” The President should have chosen his words more wisely and small business owners have every right to be upset about this comment.