The latest on summer jobs for teachers and making over your financial life, Queer Eye-style.
Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.
Not everyone can afford a job they love
A candid and important conversation with Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, on student debt, family expectations, and why it was so hard to leave a job she didn’t love.
They’ve captured the hearts of millions with their life makeovers, and now they’re back with more tips—this time on money. The Fab Five of the Netflix reboot Queer Eye share their financial wisdom.
In a tight labor market, retirees fill gaps their previous employers can’t
—The New York Times
Many retirees are finding that employers welcome their return to work, if they’re willing. In fact, hiring retirees back may be more common now than any time since the Great Recession.
One of the nice perks about being a teacher must be summer vacation, right? Not so for many teachers. In fact, educators are 30% more likely to have second jobs than non-teachers.
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Financial dos and don’ts for wedding-bound couples
Marrying your partner means you need to have an open and honest conversation about your finances. Here are four ways to manage your money and start your new married life on the right foot.
I’m broke, but when is it okay to tell people and when is it not?
If you don’t have the money to do the things your friends and family want to do, here’s how and when to tell them about your financial problems.
The Federal Reserve wants to send you free teaching tools. Here’s how to get them.
Parents, teachers, and economic nerds can access free financial literacy tools from Federal Reserve banks around the country. Here’s our guide.
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