There was a time when a person would do just about anything in order to make ends meet. However, even with the unemployment rate dangling somewhere around 8 percent, many companies claim that they cannot find enough help to staff their operations.
Here at the Sean and Richie Show we are always looking for ways to save you money. Exhibit A? The Coupon Lady But I'd like to help out too, so I'm going to show you some ways to shave a little off of your gas bill.
If there’s one downside to internet shopping, it’s that you don’t get the immediate gratification of having an item in your hands the moment you buy it. But if eBay has its way, you could at least get some of your shiny new purchases within a few hours.
Smuggling drugs can be pretty lucrative, but it’s also really dangerous. So a trio of women allegedly turned to contraband of the less obvious variety: counterfeit coupons. Lots and lots and lots of counterfeit coupons.
In this tough economy, people will try just about anything to get a job. However, according to a new survey from Monster of 4,000 adults, what you do may not matter because many believe whether or not you land a position is simply a matter of luck.
Do you understand how they determine the price of gasoline? What a coincidence - me neither! I started to look into this (showing again that I have no life). Here's what I found out, just to make your day more pleasant
A recent survey proves it. There are certain college graduates who would really, honestly, and truly would go with their kids to their job interview. (I had to type this twice to actually let it sink in)