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The current employment market is quite competitive and it’s very hard to succeed without qualifications. With an unemployment rate hovering around 7%, it has been crucial to earn diplomas to obtain a good job. But what if you don’t have a college degree? One of your option could be to become an EMT.
Do you know how to earn your certification as an EMT? Are you considering work in this field? If you answered yes, then this article is for you. We compiled a piece that will explain to you what you need to know about your EMT certification and other important information about pursuing this career path.
Let’s look at what you need to know to earn your EMT certification in the near future: Continue reading
The following is a guest post from Justin at The Family Finances, the story of one family’s financial journey.
Many people think of their job simply as a means to an end. In other words, it’s just something they have to do in order to pay the bills, put food on the table, and provide for their family. But let’s look at a job from another angle.
I propose that your job can and should be viewed as an investment. I can hear it now, “How in the world is my boring 8 to 5 job an investment?” Before getting into those details let’s look at what exactly an investment is. The basic definition of “investment” is placing money or capital in something that gives a return or appreciates in value. For example, when you invest in a stock you’re putting money into a share of a company in hopes of receiving dividends or that the share price will increase. You invest money in a savings account to earn interest. You invest money in your education to increase your future earning potential. Continue reading