Here you will find articles written to help guide you as you expand your career in various industries.
Whenever you’re at the counselor’s office, thinking about the future, or just thinking what professions you could get into, you always have one dream job. Some people want to be actors, others want to be singers, and we all know that one guy who wants to be a President. Here is compiled a good month worth of research and comparison between several fields of work to determine which industries are the hardest to get into and be successful in.read more
While Instagram is making…hem hem… billions, we as users of social media, are tricked into believing that there is no money in it for us. That’s wrong! Instagram CAN make you rich. You CAN earn money with Instagram. In a proper way of speaking, Instagram can seriously help your wallet. I stumbled upon a couple sentences in TIME magazine’s latest issue that sparked serious curiosity in me. Apparently, in Kuwait, Instagram has been used as a means to help businesses grow and earn money! The idea is that business owners and/or professionals create an official Instagram page, amass a following of people that are interested in their products, and then advertise, and maybe even sell their products.read more
Human beings crave two essential stimuli: love and money. Both require a significant investment whether it be time or thought. It is the aspect when we realize that we may be too busy for a relationship. So, how does a person exactly balance the two? We have interviewed and have asked a few young entrepreneurs from the large organization of EE to share their stories as well as opinions on this matter. The EE Movement is a rising movement and secret society of young and ambitious entrepreneurs from all walks of life. They are trained by multi-millionaires who are spreading their wisdom that got them to the top upon the deserving youth.read more
We all know how much certain rappers like to brag about the money they have. At times, it can even become tiresome. Do rappers really make as much money as they say they do? And if they do, how do rappers make money? Aside from Jay Z, Eminem, Nas, or somebody like Kanye West, I can’t imagine many rappers with as much money as flaunted in the average mainstream rap song. Let’s calculate:read more
As the average college debt in the U.S. per person is $24,000, is having a competitive entrepreneurial society the only answer?read more
Everyone wants to create the new hip and happening app and have that app sold for millions of dollars. We see that Snapchat is worth 500 million dollars, watch the creators of Tumblr make a cool billion with Yahoo, and think that our idea is next. False. We see young kids like Nick D’Aloisio (Summly), or David Karp (Tumblr), and think if they can do it at 17 and 20, why can’t I? For 99% of the supposedly ambitious teenagers, the idea is the only and final step in their projects. Why? No one realizes how difficult it is to create an app. This isn’t your fault, however. Because most of our public school system doesn’t incorporate Java or C++ programming, kids are lost. They try to learn how to program for a week, see no progress, and quit. They might try to hire someone to implement their ideas but quickly find that hiring an app developer costs just as much (if not more) as the college tuition they dread! Oh, why is the world so cruel?! Regardless, having an app sold for a large sum of money these days is very rare due to the competitive nature of large firms and advanced programmers. However, simple ideas like Temple Run and Angry Birds are just part of those exceptions.read more
People always need things. Money is literally everywhere. You just have to spot where exactly the wealth is. That’s a fact. Look at the location of your school, what the population is mostly comprised of, what’s high in demand; what your school does or does not sell at lunch, what would give your classmates a better experience, etc. This gives you an estimate on the average wealth capacity, and any other factors that might affect later decisions.read more
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