Of the six featured blog posts, the top three focus on this week’s theme of education and careers. The rest of the military personal finance roundup covers financial goals, saving and spending money. Enjoy.
Get Rich Slowly introduces a thought-provoking comparison of two job offers. The post gets to the heart of how much you value your time.
The top blog posts this week are all about careers and education, the weekly theme.
Once you’re back in the workforce, keep in mind the power of likability. It turns out likable, nice coworkers get rewarded. Go figure.
It turns out fewer Americans think college is worth the investment. In 2008, 81 percent of Americans thought college paid off, but that figure has dropped to 57 percent.
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