A recent report from Yahoo Finance indicates that the underemployment rate for college graduates is higher today than it was a decade ago, meaning more grads are taking minimum wage jobs or jobs that they're overqualified for in order to make ends meet.
Whether it's dealing with a job loss, struggling with a low-paying job, or other unanticipated life events, we all find ourselves in situations from time to time where we need to pinch pennies to get by.
There are challenges to living a frugal lifestyle but, with proper planning, it can be done with little to no disruption. Here are some simple and practical ways to save money:
Job searching these days is tough. You need to be able to catch a potential employer right at the get-go or else your application gets a front row seat in the trash.But what if we told you that you can create an awesome, attention-grabbing cover letter that will get you interviews?
Everyone probably remembers the first time they heard about Twitter and about how young people were throwing around their one-liners about sitting on the porch, walking to the mailbox, walking back to the porch, sitting down... Well, you get the picture.
But since that time, Twitter has evolved into an amazing resource for companies seeking customers—and even job seekers looking for work.