Minerva Studio / Shutterstock.com Millions of Americans are job hunting during their 50s, 60s and beyond. Some of these seniors are looking for a job because they love to work. Others are sending out resumes for reasons ranging from pink slips to financial need. Seniors can be attractive job candidates. Many potential employers value older … Read more9 Ways to Screw Up a Job Search When You’re Over 50
You know the golden rules of decluttering: If you haven’t worn or used it in a full year, it’s time to let go. Of course, it’s not always that easy. Many items have sentimental value or were such a splurge that you can’t stand the thought of throwing away money. So, don’t. Many retailers will … Read more9 Retailers That Will Pay for Your Clutter
Nearly everyone dreams about a job that would feed the soul while paying the bills. But what if your dream company never seems to be hiring? What if every time you log onto its career page, a blank screen stares back at you? Ivan Misner, a pioneer in the field of networking and founder of … Read more7 Tips for Landing Your Dream Job
While some people see retirement as a time to sleep in, play golf or tackle projects around the house, not everyone wants to — or can — stop working when they’ve hit their senior years. If you’re considering rejoining the workforce after retirement, follow these tips to land a part-time, full-time or temporary job. 1. … Read more7 Tips to Find a Job in Retirement
Welcome to “Social Security Q&A.” You ask a Social Security question, and our guest expert provides the answer. You can learn how to ask a question of your own below. And if you would like a personalized report detailing your optimal Social Security claiming strategy, click here. Check it out: It could result in receiving … Read moreSocial Security Q&A: What’s ‘File and Suspend,’ and Should I Do It?
Iakov Filimonov / Shutterstock.com I come from a long line of “dejunkers.” We’re those people who constantly scan their homes for furniture, clothes and other items that haven’t been used for a while — and toss them out. But when I married a graduate student, and we lived on a marginal income, I realized that … Read more7 Things You Should Sell Instead of Throwing Them Away
EdBockStock / Shutterstock.com Working from home is the dream for many people. These days, technology makes that dream a reality for many people, especially for those in the market for part-time positions. The employment website FlexJobs scoured their database to find the companies offering the greatest number of remote, part-time job opportunities. Their analysis is … Read moreThe Top 25 Companies Hiring for Work-From-Home Jobs Right Now
Welcome to your “2-Minute Money Manager,” a short video feature answering money questions submitted by readers and viewers. You can learn how to send in a question of your own below. If you’re not typically a video watcher, give it a try. These videos are short and painless, and you’ll learn something valuable. But if … Read moreAsk Stacy: Where Can I Get Social Security Advice?
If you like the sound of working fewer than 40 hours a week and not commuting, consider a part-time, work-from-home job. They do exist, and you’ll find a wider variety of them now. According to job-search site FlexJobs: “There’s good news for anyone looking for part-time work that can be done from home — there … Read moreThe Top 15 Companies Filling Part-Time, Remote Job Openings