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5 Gig Economy Websites That Help You Make More Money

by Mia Taylor, Blog.credit.com
September 19, 2017

In the United States, the way people work is dramatically changing. The proliferation of the gig economy is shifting the American worker’s view of nine-to-five employment and creating endless possibilities for earning extra cash to help pay the bills and make ends meet. According to a recent analysis of gig economy and workforce data conducted by Nation 1099, about...[Click to read more]

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How to Work From Home

by KENNETH R. ROSEN, Nytimes.com
September 19, 2017

Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in October 2012 while I lived in New York and juggled three jobs. Along with working at a restaurant and a news agency on nights and weekends, I spent my weekdays commuting from Brooklyn to a media company in Manhattan. When the hurricane made landfall, it crippled the city’s...[Click to read more]

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How To Hire Your ‘Forever’ Team

by Breanne Dyck, Forbes.com
September 18, 2017

Every day I talk to countless entrepreneurs who all have one burning question on their mind: How can I impact even more people, generate more revenue and not have to spend all my time managing people? Many have hired contractors and part-time help in the past, but now they’re stuck. They can’t figure out how to turn their current...[Click to read more]

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How to feel better, happier, more awake and more confident at work — in 10 easy steps

by Christy Rakoczy, Mic.com
September 18, 2017

Remember how you felt on the first day of your exciting new job? If that glow has faded, you might be experiencing workplace burnout or brownout. What’s brownout? While burnout is extreme enough to make you totally check out, brownout might be a creeping drop in your energy and motivation — making it harder to get work done....[Click to read more]

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6 job perks that actually inspire employee happiness

by Lindsay Tigar, Theladders.com
September 18, 2017

Consider the last time you made the tough choice between two job offers, or considered an invitation to join a different company. In addition to the environment, the salary you negotiated for, the title you pursued and the convenience of the headquarters, workplace perks play a factor in your decision-making. Even if you snagged the...[Click to read more]

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Why Online Etiquette In Remote Workplaces Matters

by ROBYN SHULMAN, Thenextweb.com
September 18, 2017

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of U.S. home-based employment increased from 19% in 2003 to 24% in 2015. Many remote workers come from the management, business, financial, writing and education fields. 68% of U.S. workers also claim that they expect to work remotely sometime in the near future. With more startups continuing...[Click to read more]

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Life hacks: How to organize a messy desk in a few easy steps

by Kirby Adams, Courier-journal.com
September 17, 2017

If your desk is sloppy and disorganized it affects how you feel and how you function. But it’s not terribly difficult to tame workplace clutter: 1. Start by removing everything from your desk and clean the surface. 2. Put back what you absolutely need to accomplish your job, such as the computer, a phone and a file...[Click to read more]

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These 8 Remote Jobs Pay Over $100,000 a Year

by Maurie Backman, Fool.com
September 17, 2017

There’s a reason telecommuting grew 115% in the past decade. Not only can telecommuting save companies money, but it can also benefit those who are fortunate enough to be granted this privilege. Folks who work from home, for example, get to save money on commuting costs and other expenses associated with working in an office. In...[Click to read more]

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