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Career coaches offer four tips for new job seekers looking to reenter the workforce after years away from their professions.
Americans working overseas remain subject to U.S. tax law and may face restrictions on investment and access to credit at home and abroad.
Several public and private initiatives are helping woman-run businesses face challenges such as access to capital and lack of mentoring.
Career coaches help clients with everything from creating a social media presence to emotional issues, such as improving work-life balance.
The oldest boomers turn 69 this year, yet many are not ready to stop working—transforming not just retirement but the workplace itself.
Changing careers can be daunting. CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks to career coach Caroline Ceniza-Levine about how and whether to do it.
Income from corporate and risky jobs can yo-yo like stocks, while paychecks from tenured or government jobs behave more like bonds.
Thanks to low interest rates, refinancing student loans can be a solid strategy for managing personal debt. Just know the key questions to ask.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
Advisors recommend several steps right away if you lose your job, such as cutting costs until you know where new income will come from.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks to career expert Caroline Ceniza-Levine about the recent surge in contingent workers.
In career moves, the stakes are high and mistakes are often made. Here are 3 tips to ensure a successful, smooth transition.
Of the 150 largest U.S. cities WalletHub ranked, here are the 5 best—and 5 worst—places for a college grad to move in search of a career.
Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow. is focused on improving Americans’ money knowledge of saving, spending and investing.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
The nexus of technology -- cloud, social, mobile and data -- are transforming user behaviors and creating new businesses.
Chegg has a new program that will give its employees up to $5,000 a year to help pay off student debt. "If they borrowed money and they are creating value for us, we want to help them," says CEO Dan Rosensweig.
Financial advisors say it's important to know how that extra income could impact your nest egg, Social Security and Medicare.
The people you know, and what they know about you, can be key to landing a job, advancing in the workplace, and getting paid what you deserve.