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Learn how the latest employment trends affect your bottom line.
Employment has more of an effect on your finances than just a paycheck!It’s obvious to just about anyone that employment has a huge impact your finances. How much income you earn directly dictates your cost of living (or at least, it should). But even beyond that bi-weekly paycheck, your career path affects your finances. It has an impact on your ability to maintain a balanced budget. Your job can determine how easy or hard it is to save for retirement. And it also factors into how much you have to worry about other concerns, like healthcare and life insurance. The articles in this section are all about the financial impact of employment trends today. Below the articles, you can find Debt.com’s tops tips for using your employment to improve your financial situation.
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