Workforce Racism Sucks

Workforce Racism Sucks

The modern workplace is much better than it was in the past. A long time ago, children under the age of 10 had factory jobs and crawled through small spaces inside machinery to fix them. Employers would lock employees in hot factories that were susceptible to fire. People commonly worked 12 hour days, 6 days a week. Asbestos was and still is fairly common in many buildings. Getting paid the correct amount on time was a luxury. Many things have improved, but if you are a minority, you still deal with many problems that we just shouldn’t have to deal with anymore. As a heads up, there is some offensive language, including racial slurs in this post. If this offends you, feel free to contact me and I can send you a version with this content removed.

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Posted by David in Employment, Lifestyle, 10 comments
What I’m Reading #3

What I’m Reading #3

Welcome to the third installment of What I’m Reading! This is where I cover the blog posts that I’ve found particularly interesting, informative, or just plain awesome. I do my best to read as many blogs as I can throughout the week, so this really covers a lot of breadth. As a general announcement, I am switching to a new posting schedule! I will post new content on Monday and Thursday, with a What I’m Reading over the weekend (preferably Saturday). However, I probably won’t be following this schedule because I’m going on vacation next week. Without further ado, happy reading!

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Posted by David in Blogging, Budgeting, Credit, Employment, Goals, 9 comments
Supercharge Your Retirement Savings With EvoShare

Supercharge Your Retirement Savings With EvoShare

When it comes to saving for retirement, most people significantly underestimate how large of a nest egg they need. The popular wisdom is to save 10% of your post-tax salary and by the time you retire, you’ll have enough. Unfortunately, the average American saves significantly less than 10% of their post-tax salary. In addition, only saving 10% really isn’t that much, especially for the average income of $38,000 per year. One thing that Americans love doing is online shopping. What if you could save money for retirement while you do your normal online shopping? EvoShare is a company that empowers you do exactly that.

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Posted by David in Investing, Saving, 8 comments
What I’m Reading #2

What I’m Reading #2

Welcome to the second installment of “What I’m Reading!” If you haven’t seen the first iteration, check it out now. Basically, I found the following posts uniquely interesting, inspirational, and even educational. I collect all of these blog posts together in a weekly digest so my readers can see what influences me. Plus, they are excellent articles that I believe everyone should read. So, without further ado, lets see what I read this week!

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Posted by David in Budgeting, Employment, Investing, Lifestyle, 4 comments
Start A Secure, Anonymous Blog

Start A Secure, Anonymous Blog

So you want to start a blog? You’ve come to the right place! This guide will give you step-by-step instructions to create a secure, anonymous blog.

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Posted by David in Blogging, Security, 4 comments

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