It seems like right around the time that you’ve mastered your job, is right when you start to lose your motivation. Most women see this as a sign that things have gotten sedentary or that they’re ready for something different… but sometimes you just need to make a few changes to get back to a blissful-work state.
As a woman of color, being financially savvy isn’t optional – it’s mandatory. Not only do we face gender and race inequality when it comes to wages, raises, and promotions, but there are also hidden costs associated with being a woman that are often ignored and overlooked!
Despite being the exciting start of a new chapter, moving to a new home can also be a very stressful stage in your life. The situation becomes infinitely trickier when you also run a small home-based business. Finding a way to juggle the two can create unexpected challenges.
Women make up around 51% of the total workforce in the US. So why is it that we still suffer when it comes to career development? Sexism is still alive and well, even if it’s not always blatantly obvious. In fact, other factors can influence our careers including the reasons discussed below.
Finding the right career is a journey. While some of us find career paths that we love at a young age, many women find themselves bouncing from job to job trying to find work that is fulfilling and rewarding.
If you’ve been looking for opportunities to build passive income, you may have considered investing in real estate. As people are starting to wait longer before buying their first home, landlords are cashing in and building strong real estate portfolios.