Amazon has offered many ways for people to make money over the years, from work-from-home jobs to self-publishing to Amazon Flex. Now the e-commerce giant is kicking it up a notch with its new Delivery Service Partner program. Instead of a job or side gig, Amazon is offering entrepreneurs the chance to start their own … Read moreHow to Start Your Own Amazon Delivery Business for Just $10K
’Tis the season for retailers to start hiring. You may be thinking more about Fourth of July fireworks, but retailers Kohl’s and JCPenney announced they have started hiring temporary workers for the back-to-school and holiday seasons. Kohl’s is seeking seasonal workers for more than 300 store locations. JCPenney plans to hire 18,000 across the country, … Read moreStart Your Holiday (Job) Shopping Early: Kohl’s and JCPenney Are Hiring
Everyone deserves a second chance, right? The American Fire Sprinkler Association thinks so — and that’s why it created its Second Chance scholarship. The scholarship is open to anyone with a high school diploma or GED certificate who is ready to go to college or attend a trade school — even if it’s been a … Read moreThis $1K Scholarship Covers College, Tech, Career or Online Education Costs
Rainy days sound nice — in theory. You spend the day tucked under a quilt, only emerging for bathroom breaks and food deliveries. Your thumb gets a workout: click, click, click. “Yes, I’m still watching Netflix.” The rain pitter-patters in the background. The curtains remain drawn. This is hibernation at its finest. In reality, rainy … Read moreRaining? 15 Entertaining Ways to Make Money When You’re Stuck Inside
Dear FOMO(E), One of the awesome things about living in the present day is that you don’t have to do life in order anymore. You don’t need to get married before you buy a home before you have 2.5 kids and a dog. If you’re a family, in any sense of the word, you are … Read moreWhy Am I So Freaked Out About Buying a Home With the Man I Love?
Reddit’s June challenge is all about checking on your investments, or starting to invest if you already haven’t. Here’s my experience with this month’s challenge. Reddit’s June Challenge—Review Your Investment Asset Allocation appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
OK, here’s how I’d explain it to a 5-year-old. CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity company, is hiring a remote technical writer. Your job will be to create documents, guides and other written material that break down complex topics into easily understandable content for customers. You’ll work alongside the company’s cross-functional user experience (UX) team on projects to … Read moreGot Technical Writing Skills? Check Out This Remote Gig With CrowdStrike
Good buy, 9 to 5. Hello, work-from-home eBay gig. The internet retail behemoth is searching for experienced people to fill remote customer service jobs. But there is a location restriction: The position is only available to those within 20 miles of Akron or Warren, Ohio. The Customer Support Teammate is responsible for solving eBay customer … Read moreLive in Ohio? Check Out This Remote Customer Service Job With eBay
If you received one or more text messages from take-and-bake pizza chain Papa Murphy’s between Oct. 16, 2013, and June 15, 2015, you could have some cash headed your way. The pizza chain agreed to a $22.6 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit earlier this year. Those entitled to money have until Aug. 14 to … Read moreHere’s How to Get Your Slice of This $22.6M Papa Murphy’s Pizza Settlement
If your kids get giddy when the Scholastic book fair comes to their school, they’ll totally geek out to see a colorfully decorated Scholastic RV roll through their town this summer. Scholastic, the popular children’s book publisher, is packing up two RVs and going on a summer road trip to bring pop-up reading festivals to … Read moreScholastic Hits the Road This Summer With Free Pop-Up Reading Festivals