What Career Is Right For Me? Your 2020 Career Quiz

Skinflint or Spendthrift?

Do you hold onto all of your money, waiting for those rainy days that never seem to come, or do you spend everything that you have and then scramble around whenever you need extra cash for AC repairs or rent? Your spending habits say a lot about your personality, but you probably don’t give them much thought. It’s time to determine if you’re a skinflint, spendthrift, or something in between. Then, you’ll know if you need to change your spending ways before your habits get out of control. It’s Not Just Money You’ve probably heard the saying, “It’s just money,” but that isn’t necessarily true. If you spend lavishly on others, you’re very generous, which is a good thing. At the same time, you likely lack impulse control and you’re not practical. You have a hard time handling emergency situations, meaning you might have to turn to

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Types of Careers Listed by Industry, Job, and Salary

Are you checking out career options, looking for a new career, or thinking about changing jobs? The more you learn about possible options, the easier it will be to decide whether you’re interested in a particular job or industry. You might discover that you love a job, or you might find that it’s something you’d never want to do. It’s always a good idea to take time to explore career opportunities, regardless of whether you’re just starting out or at mid-career looking for something different the next time around.

Here’s some information on a variety of different careers, organized by industry. You can also check out lists of careers organized by other categories, such as type of position (seasonal, part-time, etc.), and explore jobs that pay particularly well.

You will learn the steps you need to take to enter a particular career field, what types of qualifications you will need

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Financial Education


Co-presented by NCADV and the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), we are excited to share a series of six sequential webinars on financial education for survivors of domestic violence and the advocates who serve them. The series is offered as a full curriculum, or webinars can be chosen a la carte for those seeking to increase their skill set on a specific topic. Each 90-minute webinar provides essential financial literacy skills: from basic money management skills, budgeting and setting financial goals to planning for retirement.

All webinars are FREE of charge.


Webinar Links

Rebuilding Financially After Domestic Violence: Gaining Financial Self-Sufficiency

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Housing Options for Domestic Violence Survivors 101

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Creating and Sustaining Financial Well Being

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Income, Spending and Savings: Achieving Financial Stability

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Planning for the Holidays and Setting Financial Goals for the Year Ahead

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Retirement Planning

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Parent Survey:

We continue to answer your questions about how to get your child’s special education back on track:

A Parent Wants to Delay Her Child’s IEP Until Fall: Will the School Be in Compliance if We Grant her Request?
The School Closed Suddenly and I Need Help!
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closed My Child’s School: Now What?
Advocacy Rule #1: Write Things Down When They Happen
Will Our School Be in Compliance if We Grant a Parent’s Request to Postpone an IEP Meeting?
Understanding Your Child’s Test Scores

Parent Survey: What’s Happening with Your Child’s Special Education?
We need data! This Parent Survey is designed to collect information about special education for children with IEPs and 504 Plans around the country. Please take the survey and share it with others.

Hot Topics in Special Education Law and Advocacy

Alert! Our Children Need Us to Act – Protect Children’s Rights under IDEA and Section

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