Over four out of every ten employers are hiring academically overqualified workers – and they’re happy they did. A recent survey from Career Builder found that 41 percent of employers are hiring workers with college degrees for positions that don’t require them, and had in the past been filled with workers who have only a […]

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Last month, the Federal Reserve announced an interest rate hike for the first time in a decade. And December’s decision may be the first of many such hikes. San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams anticipates as many as five rate hikes this year – which would put the target federal funds rate at 1.4 […]

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Take a look at the figures below, shared recently by the United States Federal Reserve and the national credit bureaus: Approximately 40 million Americans have a student loan to pay off The average borrower takes out four student loans for education in college amounting to around $29,000 Student loans have the highest delinquency rate of any form of […]

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