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Should You Say Yes to an Unpaid Internship? Part 1

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Whether you’re in college or graduate school, job hunting, or switching fields later in life, you might have had the following experience. You find an internship at an organization you admire, and the job seems perfect for you. Then you take a second look and find out there’s a catch—the role pays in experience, not […]

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Staying Healthy When Your Job Doesn’t Provide Health Insurance | Part 2

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Now that we’ve discussed some of your health coverage questions, let’s tackle dental and vision. These areas of coverage are usually included in health plans at a nominal fee for the insured. Dental and vision care Do you need to add this coverage to your plan? The answer depends on you as an individual. Dental […]

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Staying Healthy When Your Job Doesn’t Provide Health Insurance | Part 1

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If you’re one of the 12% of people in the United States without health insurance, you know it can be tricky to stay on top of health concerns. Many part-time, freelance, and contract workers don’t get health benefits as part of their employment, and often, a job loss can mean a loss of long-term coverage. […]

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Salary Negotiation | How to Make a Counter Offer

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For many nonprofit professionals, salary negotiation can feel like an elusive art form. Sometimes, we’re so happy that we got the job offer at all that we end up feeling as though we’ve run out of the energy and the gumption that may be required to initiate a salary talk. If you’re up for some […]

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