Although life is better for women nowadays, we still lag behind men when it comes to finances. While some factors that contribute to our wage gap are still beyond our control, good news is there is hope. With a little inspiration and know-how, we can do more now than ever before. When I first starting working I was paid an hourly wage of $3.35 an hour. With a net pay of $104 a week, it was hard to save or invest my money. The jobs in my town that girls were hired for all paid horribly, but the guys my age qualified for jobs that paid at least a dollar more an hour.
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All student loans are not created equal. As a parent, we all want to make sure our children have every opportunity to succeed. One of the things necessary for success is an education. Unfortunately, many times this can come at a huge cost to our children and inevitably it puts them behind before they ever […]
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