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59% Of Millennials In The US Would Move To Another Country For A Job

By Mary | 06/12/2015

Business Insider Despite the high number of foreigners who live and work in the United States, Americans themselves just aren’t all that interested in seeking out employment opportunities abroad. Well, at least most aren’t. A new study from The Boston Consulting Group and The Network, which surveyed over 200,000 people from 189…

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8 Ways To Quit Your Day Job To Pursue Your Entrepreneurial Dream

By Mary | 06/12/2015

Elite Daily I don’t know when the shift happened. I went from thinking I could never quit my job, to sitting down with my boss and confidently informing her that I would be traveling, and therefore, would be ending my contract. Prior to that moment, I didn’t know I had…

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Five Secrets to Leading a Healthy Office Life

By Early To Rise | 06/8/2015

The Telegraph The sedentary life is a silent killer. We round up five clever tricks to help combat its negative health effects. 1. Swap your seat for a ball Does the idea of standing on your feet all day at a desk sound like torture? Then there’s a middle ground.…

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How to Optimize Your Daily Decisions

By James Clear | 06/3/2015

You might assume humans buy products because of what they are, but the truth is we often buy things because of where they are. For example, items on store shelves at eye level tend to be purchased more than items on less visible shelves. In the best-selling book Nudge, authors…

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The 11 Best Jobs for Women in 2015

By Early To Rise | 06/2/2015

msn money Although inequality is still very much present in the workplace, women have made great strides in recent years. But some jobs are known for treating and paying women more fairly than others. Jobs site CareerCast recently put together a new list of the best jobs for women in…

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The Richest Person in Each State

By Mary | 06/2/2015

mental floss America’s elite live vastly different lives than the rest of us. Those at the top have incomes that are orders of magnitude higher than the average person. Even when we compare their individual wealth with that of households in the states in which they live, there’s no comparison.…

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10 Rules for Making it as a Writer

By Early To Rise | 05/29/2015

The Telegraph Read whatever you can lay your hands on  We were working class. There were no books. There were some encyclopaedias – I always say it was the day my father didn’t see the salesman coming. And there was a Bible. I read the Bible from cover to cover…

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10 Major Contributions From People With Liberal Arts Degrees

By Mark Morgan Ford | 05/29/2015

Well, my thoughts on education caused quite a ruckus. I recently wrote: A good formal education, in my view, is one that emphasizes the liberal arts: literature, language, history, and the arts. Some knowledge of science and mathematics is helpful. But these are skills that are not likely to make…

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21 Surprising Facts You Never Knew About Warren Buffett

By Early To Rise | 05/28/2015

Huffington Post: A lot has been written about the Oracle of Omaha, from his famously prescient investments to his near-mythical origin story. But there are still a lot of things the general public doesn’t know about Warren Buffett. 1. Warren Buffett loves junk food and eats 2,500 calories a day.…

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Living Rich #2: Sleeping Like a Billionaire

By Mark Ford | 05/27/2015

So you want to live like the rich do? You’ve come to the right place. I’ve spent years thinking about this topic, and I’m sure that it is entirely possible to live as well as a billionaire without spending loads of money. I’m going to begin our investigation with an…

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10 Tips for Retirement Savings

By Early to Rise | 05/27/2015

How Stuff Works: Retirement just kind of happens. If we live long enough, we’ll eventually reach a point where we either leave our careers, opt for another, less intense work life, or finish working for a living altogether. There was a time when companies included pension plans in their compensation…

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The 10 Best Places to Retire Abroad

By Early To Rise | 05/26/2015

The Telegraph: As the memories of the warmth and carefree air of a British summer fade, many people nearing pension age may be giving thoughts to retiring abroad, writes Ian Cowie. Cheaper and more convenient air travel has made the world smaller – so you no longer need to say farewell…

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