Sure, we’re young and awesome now, but one day we’ll trade in our mountain bikes for replacement hips. The great news? Think beaches and hosting sandcastle tournaments every day. There’s just one thing standing in our way: money.
more than three percent of graduates have more than $100,000 in debt attached to their name.
Imagine trading in your daily bus ride or drive for the option of rolling straight out of bed and over to your home office.
On average, every corporate job opening attracts around 250 applicants, according to Glassdoor. Only about a handful of people score an interview.
After I graduated from college, all I wanted to do was travel to Europe. Unlike several of my friends, I didn’t study abroad and I unfortunately didn’t have family living overseas to help pad some of the travel costs.
Anyone keeping tabs on that ticking time bomb known as Social Security knows that its long-term status could be risky at best. But it looks like millennials have just about given up on Social Security.
The U.S. is home to a lot of hard-working, stressed-out people. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), Americans are suffering from finance-related stress nationwide.
At my day job, I teach English to non-native speakers, and I’m always trying to learn more about the language and its history. So, I began to teach a non-credit class at the University of Texas as a way to not only learn more myself, but to teach others about the English language, too.
For some people, there’s nothing like boarding a massive ship, unpacking once and spending some time at sea. Cruising can be a hassle-free and even economical vacation option.
Most of the people I know opted for relaxing, beach-style honeymoons where they could lounge around and recover from their weddings. My husband and I, however, had both dreamed about honeymooning in some of Europe’s most romantic cities.