Employment

New York City Bartender Makes $96,000 A Year Slinging Drinks
Shred your useless college degree — or stop going to college altogether — and start hitting the liquor cabinet. It's sound advice. A New York City bartender said she made $96,000 last year while bartending at a luxury hotel. Sarah Speros claimed the starting wage at her hotel is $26…
5 Best Jobs to Meet Single Women
We all need to earn a living so we can pay those pesky things called bills, but that doesn’t mean we can’t hold jobs that help our social lives, too.
In fact, there are several jobs where meeting women is an even bigger perk than getting a paycheck with four numbers to the left of the d…
Ambitious Man Works 100 Jobs in One Year
Considering how much most people hate looking for a job, Dave Herman is definitely one of the more motivated people we've come across this year. With just five days left in the year, he's worked 99 different jobs, and he's looking for a 100th.
11 Signs You’re Too Old to Be Working
In the old days, if you were lucky, you worked until you turned 55, joined the ranks of the retired and scarred your grandkids for life by telling them about all the ears you collected during the big war.
Now, times are tough and pensions are nothing but a distant memory. So more people are working …

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