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Business isn't just for adults. Learn how to help your child start a legitimate business.
We interviewed several experts to create a list of up-and-coming careers for students who are interested in math and science.
Now is the time to help your child score a great summer internship.
Here are a list of options to consider when your child decides not to attend college.
Last summer your teenager lazed around the pool. This summer, he's old enough to get a job. So should you send him out into the workforce?
Take summer job ideas for teens beyond a fast-food chain! Check out this article for fun summer job ideas tailored to your teen's interests.
Lemonade stands no longer top the list for summer money-making schemes. These days, creativity rules when it comes to seeking out ways to bring home the bacon.
How can you help your child find purpose? Here's are some guidelines to get you started.
Much of the world takes a 'gap year' to travel or perform national service between high school and college, but what about American students?
According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
Tips for arranging a solid and stress-free schedule for your child this summer.
Help your child find his or her passion with these reflective activities provided by Patty Leeper, founder of The Purpose Program.
Starting a summer business can be fun, and, with a bit of effort, it's a great way to make money and gain a sense of responsibility.
Pet-sitting during the holidays are a great way for animal-loving kids to earn some money. Check out our tips for running a pet-sitting business.
Find out more about opportunities with the military for individuals with disabilities, including jobs with civilian workforce or jobs as enlisted personnel.
Careers in science and tech are climbing and mean promising futures for today's students. Find out how to get your kid excited about these fascinating fields.
What does your little one dream of becoming?  A cowboy?  A ballerina?  What do these 'when I grow up' fantasies mean?
Will a college education help students develop the skills they need for rewarding job opportunities? Employers and researchers answer, 'not exactly.' This
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