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Most In-Demand Jobs for Bachelor’s Degree Holders – 2021 Edition

Jobs requiring a bachelor’s degree or higher level of education for entry are often more insulated from unemployment than others. During the COVID-19 pandemic, total unemployment for individuals 25 years and older spiked to 13.1% in April 2020. However, the … Continue reading →

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10 Things to Know About Working in New York

Thinking about working in New York? There are some features of work life in the Big Apple that set it apart from the work culture in other cities. Is it true that if you can make it there you can … Continue reading →

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Here’s Your CIT Bank Routing Number

You may need your CIT Bank routing number for several things from sending money to friends and family to direct deposit money. This guide will help you find your CIT Bank routing number. What is a routing number? A routing number is a 9-digit number that banks use to identify themselves. Think of it as …

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7 Money Steps to Take Before 2021

With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it’s a good time to take stock of your financial situation as you head into 2021. 2020 has been a strange year, and a difficult year for many people. With many people’s...

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How Much Is Enough For Retirement?

If you’re thinking about how much is enough for retirement, you’re probably contemplating a retirement and need to know how to pay for it. If you are, that’s good because one of the challenges we face is how we’re going to fund our retirement. Determining then how much retirement savings is enough depends on a …

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What if Personal Finance Had a User’s Guide?

There’s a lot that goes into financial stability — and it seems out of reach for many of us. Laura Whateley’s new book, Money: A User’s Guide, cuts through the panic and gives readers the confidence they need to take back their financial goals. Designed to read like an instruction manual for personal finance, we […]

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