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Your education has a greater impact on your earnings than other influences such as age, race, gender, and location. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average college graduate earns twice as much as someone whose education ended with high school.
If you can't commit to college, you can still improve your knowledge and skills with self-directed life-long learning. The best time to pursue education is at the start of your career. The next best time is now.
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Your income is also influenced by how well you market yourself. Your employer wants to pay as little as possible for your work while your goal is to be paid what you're worth. To bridge the gap, a smart person will negotiate his salary.
While frugality is undoubtedly important in personal finance, boosting your savings can also be done by earning more money.
Whether you're self-employed or working for somebody else, your income is determined by three factors.
Your pay is also based on the quality and quantity of your work. If you've been making forty sales calls each week, find a way to do fifty.
The quickest way to boost your income is to increase the number of hours you work. It can be done by working full-time, working overtime, or find...
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1. Take surveys online
2. Become a freelancer
3. Invest with a robo-advisor
4. Invest in real estate
5. Invest with a broker
6. Become a virtual assistant
7. Sell or rent your belongings
8. Get a cash back credit card
9. Install Money-Making apps
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