Bosses Are Frustrated with Remote Workers Over 4 Main Points

Remote work peaked during the pandemic, but bosses are frustrated over it. The Wall Street Journal reported that they are getting people back to offices for four main reasons. Remote employees work less The National Bureau of Economic Research reported that remote workers work around 3.5 hours less when not in the office. Additionally, people […]

Financial Barriers Force Generation Z Job Seekers to Decline Offers, Study Finds

New research reveals that Generation Z job candidates are often compelled to reject employment offers due to the expenses associated with beginning a new job, including commute and attire costs. Survey Insights  A survey of 2,000 UK youth aged 16 to 25, part of The Prince’s Trust NatWest Youth Index 2024, highlights that the rising […]

Jodie Foster Finds Working with Zoomers to Be More Challenging Than Gratifying

You’d think Hollywood, of all places, would be a perfect fit for Gen Z, a realm where they could thrive and ‘live their truth’ as they say. Surprisingly, Jodie Foster finds working with them more taxing than rewarding.  Gen Z vs. The Rest In her interview with The Guardian, Jodie Foster expressed her frustrations with […]

Bosses Are Frustrated with Remote Workers Over 4 Main Points 

Remote work peaked during the pandemic, but the bosses are frustrated over it, and The Wall Street Journal reported that they are getting people back to offices for four main reasons. Remote employees work less The National Bureau of Economic Research reported that remote workers work around 3.5 hours less when not in the office. […]

Jumpstart Your Career with These Earn While You Learn Programs

Jumpstart your career with these earn-while-you-learn programs. Continuing education can be the difference in landing a job or receiving a promotion. But you may not have the time to attend a traditional college or trade school. So, what are your options? Here are a few ideas that can help you further your education goals while […]

What Would You do With an Increase in Cash Flow?

What would you do with an increase in cash flow? I recently wrote an article about receiving a promotion and the increased pay that came with it. It’s been a couple of weeks, and I’ve received my first paycheck at my new pay rate. It is as expected, and I am following my budgeting strategy […]

The First 30 Days at my New Job

The first 30 days at my new job have come and gone. I’m starting to catch on to things, but there is still so much to learn. My savings account is being replenished, and I’ve made a few financial moves. New job I’m in manufacturing, and we have an extensive product line. This makes for […]

I Started a New Job

I started a new job. I recently wrote about leaving my last job, and I was subsequently off the past couple months. It was a nice break, but I was ready to rejoin the workforce. Here is some reflection from my time off and from my new career. One week in This is only my […]

I’m Still Job Searching

I’m still job searching after being out of work for the past month. I wrote last month that I had left my job. You can read that here. I’ve had multiple interviews and still have a few more in the coming weeks, so I do have some things in the pipeline. But I have been […]

Side Hustles That Take Less Than 2 Hours Per Day

Are there any side hustles that take less than 2 hours per day? Picking up side work is a great way to make extra money, but are there any that you can do that won’t consume too much of your time? The answer is yes. Here are a few ideas. Rent Your Things Renting out […]