My children are rich. Especially Anna, the quiet 13-year-old. She has squirreled away more than $3,300 in a savings account that was started for her as a baby. My husband and I match what she earns each week from the chores she has chosen, and she has taken the most lucrative jobs, like scrubbing the bathtub. She has built her savings through unused pocket money, miserly spending and an instinctive understanding of "out of sight,...
At A Glance More and more hiring managers no longer view longevity on a résumé as a positive attribute. Some believe it indicates the employee lacks diverse work experience; others that the employee is complacent, or is afraid of change.