Countless articles and website have addressed how to parent so that teens are ready to leave home and go to college. Even more articles have cautioned you to learn how to do your own laundry, cook, clean up after yourself, and even stick to a budget. While all of these are important and quite necessary, […]
Hans Schlegel, Partner and Lead Recruiter in the Sales division of ThinkingAhead, gives professional advice on which job you should pursue – a fun job with little pay or a boring job that offers good pay.
Getting accepted to college is one thing. Paying for college is a bigger challenge. The good news: There are several ways to save for college. Financial advisors discuss 4 of the most effective ways to save for college.
The grass always does seem greener. It is not uncommon for teens to believe that adults have it made. No rules, you can do whatever you want. All you want is to be an adult with no rules. Often, though, you fail to realize all of the responsibilities that come along with that, and adults […]
Once you reach the age of 16, you become eligible for all sorts of paying jobs. You can check the specific laws in your state, because some states will even let you start legitimately working when you’re even younger. Overall, the age of 16 is a good time to start working because you have hopefully […]
Instead of getting a job like everyone else – or, more likely, looking for a job like everyone else and probably not find one – help your teen assess his skills and interests and the needs of the community.