June 04, 2013 by William Frierson
Comparing Insurable Risks
1 in 88: Major fire damage to your house¹.
1 in 47: Accident destroying your car².
7 in 10: Will end up in a Nursing home. (After age 65)
Getting started is as easy as ABC
Why Do People Buy Long Term Care Insurance?
Assures you independence
Afford necessary care
Avoid dependency on others
Be sure your assets are protected.
Budget for your future
Better your medical care options
Choose where you receive care
Conserve you assets
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May 22, 2013 by William Frierson
Do you feel that your current entry level job is not going anywhere and want more control of your career? The following post provides four reasons for you to consider becoming an entrepreneur.
Almost everyone can find a place in corporate America. It’s usually working a cog-in-the-wheel position that’s demanding, yet unrewarding, and lacks room for growth. But that’s not an employee-employer relationship…that’s called getting used. Corporate loyalty sounds like an oxymoron these days. How can you
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May 10, 2013 by William Frierson
Even though you may have a goal of getting a specific entry level job, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep an open mind to other opportunities. In the following post, learn some reasons not to limit your job search.
Close-minded job seekers, beware: you may be sabotaging your own job search. In an economy where most job seekers are finding the process more difficult than in the past, it’s foolish to believe some tasks or projects aren’t for you. It’s quite the opposite. Any job that can help you to be a
May 02, 2013 by William Frierson
According to one study, Americans experience happiness when they volunteer. It benefits them professionally and personally. Learn more in the following post, including one group that considers volunteering in its entry level job decision making.
Creating programs that strengthen employee retention makes happier employees and better work and also saves the company money in hiring and training expenses. Additionally, meaningful volunteer programs create a more appealing and competitive company for talented individuals who are considering working for the company. ~fcps.edu There is no doubt that corporate socialresponsibilityand employee engagement rank high on the priority
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April 29, 2013 by William Frierson
While you’re searching for recent graduate jobs, consider how being unemployed could serve you well in the meantime, according to the following post.
Google any news article and you’ll find horror stories of people being unemployed for six months or more. You’ll mostly likely read that they suffer from depression, have anxiety issues or are even suicidal. Kind of bleak, isn’t it? While long-term unemployment isn’t something to be taken lightly, you can view it in a positive way. In fact, there
April 25, 2013 by William Frierson
Did you know that more than half of the top 10 entry level jobs are in the food and hospitality industry? Learn more in the following post.
In conjunction with recent protests for a $15 minimum wage in the fast food industry, activist groups blogged and tweeted that “7 out of the top 10 lowest paying jobs” are in the food and hospitality industry. It’s far less shocking …
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April 04, 2013 by William Frierson
Why should employers allow employees to work from home? The following post has four good reasons.
2.5% of the U.S. employee workforce (3.1 million people, not including the self-employed or unpaid volunteers) considers home their primary place of work. it is also estimated that 20 to 30 million Americans work from home at least one day a week.-According to an analysis byTeleworkResearchNetwork.com Attract and Retain Employees
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March 06, 2013 by William Frierson
How often do you visit your local library? It turns out that most Americans use the resources that libraries have to offer. In the following infographic, learn more about this usage and how libraries are adapting to today’s world of social media. Continue Reading
October 31, 2012 by William Frierson
America is a country that has long prided itself on sweat, determination and hard work. We love stories about people putting in the hours, working harder than everyone else, and pulling themselves up by their bootstraps to enjoy financial success. Historically that’s been true, but is it still the case? Continue Reading
August 23, 2012 by William Frierson
I’ve been more involved in our company’s recruiting process as of late and this hands-on experience has given me insight regarding the American job seeker that is more valuable and definitely more interesting than most of the things that I’ve learned in my professional career.
The American job seeker, from when I started recruiting in 2004 has gained some bad tendencies that hinder their odds of success to an extent where they become their own worst enemy. Continue Reading