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The Best Resume to Land Your Dream Job

When searching for your dream job, many tasks need to be completed before landing it. First, it is essential to network with the right people and equally important to have a strong resume.

by Nailah Herbert
Will The Child Tax Credit Be Reduced?

The current $3,600 Child Tax Credit payment will be expiring at the end of the year if Congress does not renew it. The tax credit could potentially return to $1,000 by 2025. If you wish to receive Child Tax Credit payments, you can apply one of two ways.

by Matin Varshochi
These Drive-Thru Bots Are Replacing Fast-Food Workers

Over the past couple of years, McDonald’s has been heavily investing in tech startups to help them put AI in their locations. McDonald’s wishes to use AI in its locations to minimize error, improve efficiency, and increase productivity.

by Matin Varshochi
Will My New Side Hustle Take Away from My 9-5 Job?

In the world of side hustles, gigs, moonlighting, second jobs, and online income, you, and your employer may be wondering if these other activities are taking away from your 9-5 job.

by Shaun Morgan
Help! My Living Expenses Exceed My Income

Most people who run out of money each month automatically think their spending habits are the problem. But many people are spending as little as possible and still struggle to make ends meet.

by Matin Varshochi
How the Worker Shortage Caused a Global Supply Chain Crisis

As the economy returns to its normal state rather quickly, some supply chain issues have caused pent-up demand. The shortage is causing store shelves to remain empty, leading to higher prices for consumers.

by Nailah Herbert
Nearly 20% of U.S. Households Have Lost All of Their Savings

The poll questioned 3,616 adults about health and financial problems affecting members of their household and outlined alarming statistics about American families reporting financial hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic.

by Sheena Allen
American Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs at Record Numbers

A record number of 4.3 million workers left their jobs in August. ‘The Great Resignation,’ as many call it, has continued through the last couple of months, empowering many to resign from their jobs in search of something better.

by Viviana Vazquez
Millennials are Making Six Figures, Yet Still Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck

Millennials are making six figures in income, but more of them live paycheck-to-paycheck than any other generation.

by Viviana Vazquez
Racial Wealth Gap: Black and Latinx Net Worth is Expected to Hit 0 by 2053

When it comes to the distribution of wealth among Black and Latinx people versus white people in the United States, minorities have always been neglected. The racial wealth divide is widespread and stems from hundreds of years of policies.

by Nailah Herbert
The U.S. Economy is in a Housing Crisis. Here’s Why.

Since 2010, the average cost of a house has risen by 20%. These price increases have made it increasingly difficult for young people to be able to purchase a home.

by Nailah Herbert
Amazon Set to Cover Its Employees’ Tuition

On September 9, Amazon announced they would be covering their employees’ college tuition fees. The CEO of Worldwide Consumer at Amazon, Dave Clark, said the company will invest a total of $1.2 billion by 2025 for more than 750,000 front-line workers.

by Sheena Allen
Millions Left With No Source of Income After Federal Unemployment Insurance Benefits Expire

The Biden Administration recently let the federal COVID assistance programs expire, leaving seven (7) million Americans without a source of income. Here’s what happened and how it has affected the people involved.

by Viviana Vazquez
How to Maximize your Time and Money While Working from Home

It can be challenging to maintain a healthy work-life balance when working from home. On the other hand, many workers have taken advantage of their company’s work from home policy to travel, start a side hustle or even work two full-time jobs at once.

by Viviana Vazquez
Why We Should Support Black-Owned Businesses in August...and Beyond

August is recognized as National Black Business Month. When you choose to spend your money with a Black-owned business, you are choosing to assist them in building generational wealth, savings, and ultimately obtaining ownership.

by Sheena Allen

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