Freelance work certainly has its pros and cons, but nonetheless continues to grow as a popular option for employment in the United States. In fact, the Freelancers Union cites that one in every three American workers – or 42 million people – are self-employed. Last week we looked at freelance […]
You don’t have to go far to find a PhD tending bar or a bachelor’s degree holder folding clothes at a retail shop. In fact, a recent study by the non-profit Center for College Affordability and Productivity reveals that nearly half of working Americans with college degrees are working jobs […]
Is this the end of the traditional workplace as we know it? Freelance work is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in October of 2012, 14.9 million American workers were self-employed. What does it mean to be a freelancer? Here are some notable […]
With 50% of U.S. workers making less than $26,364 per year, it’s not uncommon for Americans to struggle with bills and other expenses each month. And between families and other obligations, picking up a second job isn’t a possibility for everyone. But a second job isn’t the only option. Thanks […]
Outdated, even out-of-the-box gadgets plummet in value. But that doesn’t mean they’re worthless. From the Kindle you never use to last year’s Android model, the gadgets collecting dust around your apartment provide an opportunity to bring in a little extra cash for those of us who are living paycheck to paycheck.
Americans spend a whopping 31.5% of their budget on rent or mortgage. So why not make some of that money back by renting out extra space? If you’re considering earning extra income on your space, check out these ten pro tips from a handful of experienced Airbnb hosts.