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The Effects of Underemployment and How to Break the Cycle

We often hear the word unemployed, which is when a capable person is actively seeking but does not have a job. However, we seemingly skip over the issues regarding underemployment, which is when a person is working but not to the full extent of their desires, abilities, or education.

by Sheena Allen
Budgeting for a Family Reunion

A family reunion usually involves many people, so a common misconception is that a lot of money needs to be spent to ensure everyone will have a good time. Fortunately, family reunions don’t have to be expensive when properly planned.

by Sheena Allen
Why You Should Consider Applying for an Internship

If you hope to experience your dream job in your preferred field before graduating, an internship may be perfect for you. An internship is when a person applies for a temporary job opening at an organization.

by Sheena Allen
How Payroll Withholding Helps and Affects Your Pay

Payroll withholding is when a portion of your income is not included in your take-home pay. Instead, the money taken out of your paycheck is directed towards paying federal, state, or local tax authorities.

by Viviana Vazquez
From Gas to Rent, Inflation is on the Rise.

Inflation is when the price for the same amount of goods (i.e., groceries) or services (i.e., getting a haircut) increases. Inflation affects everything involving the economy from food and clothing to employment wages and interest rates.

by CapWay
Hiring Struggles Force Employers to Pay Higher Wages

President Joe Biden announced that unemployed Americans would no longer be eligible for unemployment benefits if they turn down a suitable job. Many believe President Biden's announcement is in response to many employers complaining of hiring struggles.

by CapWay
Tips For Parents On Cutting Costs During A Layoff

If you’re a parent, you know that raising children is expensive. If you’ve recently been laid off or are between jobs, you may be concerned about how, exactly, you’re going to stretch a bare budget to cover their needs. Here are a few things you can do.

by Gwen Payne
How to Save for Retirement When You're Self-Employed

No one plans to work forever; typically, most people wish to spend the latter years of their lives doing things they enjoy. To have fun in the later years or to live comfortably after you retire, a retirement plan must be in place to benefit from.

by Nailah Herbert
What ‘Defund the Police’ Means and the Reallocation of the Funds

Conversations about defunding the police have grown into a nationwide outcry after the tragic deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

by Nailah Herbert
What Does Payment Relief During COVID-19 Really Mean? (Part I)

The headlines about being “payment-free for 90 days due to COVID-19” are dangerous because some people do not read past the headline and assume that they can skip their bill payments.

by Jala Eaton
I Applied to 53 Jobs and Received 1 Offer Letter. Here's Why.

As a graduate student, I had done an internship that I didn't exactly love over the summer, and I didn't want to get stuck in a job that I would hate after college. So, I started job searching in the summer and didn't get any offers for several months!

by Mykail James
U.S. Companies Hiring During COVID

Many people are being laid off due to companies being uncertain of the economic crisis due to Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, some experts have even predicted that unemployment will reach 20 percent. These U.S. companies are currently hiring.

by CapWay
6 Ways to Make Money Online During COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic leaves us with a great deal of financial concern for our jobs and possible loss of income. Here are six ways you can boost your income while working from home.

by Nailah Herbert
Lyft Is Giving Free Rides To Job Interviews

by Nailah Herbert
Finding A Job After College

by CapWay

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