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Posted November 18, 2014 by

Keeping Debt Down: Money Saving Tips for Students

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Last week a report in the Express and Star indicated that more students than ever before are relying on Payday loans to supplement their finances. A spokeswoman said that payday lending is becoming ‘increasingly prevalent within the student community’ and this controversial method of borrowing money can see students racking up even more debt by the time they finish their studies. Managing your budget as a student can be difficult. For many it is the first time they will have experienced living independently and budgeting accordingly. This along with the social temptations that are often associated with a student lifestyle and expensive costs of course materials can see them frittering away their money before they realize how and where it has gone. Being a student often means accruing at least some debt, but keeping this to a minimum is seriously beneficial so here are some ways that you can save money while studying and still have a good time. (more…)

Posted May 12, 2014 by

You Want a Raise on Your Entry Level Job? 6 Strategies that Could Help You Get It

If you believe you have earned a raise on your entry level job, there are six strategies to help you find success in the following post.

These 6 strategies will increase your chances of getting the salary and bonuses you deserve. Heather Townsend, co-author of How To Make Partner And Still Have A Life and The Go-To Expert, reveals all… With the global recession starting to life, you could be forgiven for wondering why your pay hasn’t increased

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Posted December 16, 2013 by

Is Your Friend Without an Entry Level Job? Be Careful What You Say

If you have an entry level job, but your friend is without one, be grateful.  You also need to be careful how to approach talking about your friend’s job search.  Get some advice in the following post.

Your friend’s out of work. But while she scrambles to make ends meet and worries about the future, you’re heading into a stable workplace every day and collecting a steady paycheck. Her predicament puts your cranky boss and overloaded inbox in perspective, and you’re doing everything you can to provide her with leads. You also try to mind

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