The work you’re doing may be rewarding and fulfilling, your co-workers are more like friends, and perhaps the perks that come with the job are amazing. Your boss however… Well, let’s just say that’s a completely different story altogether.
The moment you walk across the stage to receive your diploma can be both the happiest and the scariest time of your life. While graduating is amazing – it’s often seen as the gateway to ‘adulting’. There are new, very real, problems associated with being a college graduate… and we’re here to help you tackle the main one: finding a job.
Whether you’re a freelancer or just temporarily working a home, you may have noticed how important it is to create designated space to work from. Women that work on their bed or at the kitchen counter may find that they’re not as productive as they desire to be. The reason? Often it’s because you’re utilizing spaces for work, that you generally use for other purposes.
The world would be a different place if all bosses were genuinely good and thoughtful people. If managers and corporate leaders were kind and considerate when talking to you about your role in their organization, working with them would be an absolute dream. Unfortunately, in most work situations, this is not the case. And to make matters worse, most bad bosses don’t show their true colors until you have accepted the job and settled into your position.
If you’re in a growing area and want to get your feet wet with flipping homes, becoming a property developer might be the avenue you’re looking for. While this industry can be highly profitable, you have to have to know what you’re doing to get off to a good start. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
It’s enchanting to talk about moving to another part of the country. We all dream of living somewhere new and creating a completely different life for ourselves. However, when it comes time to actually doing it and facing the practical aspects of relocation, things can be a little less dreamy and a little scarier.