New Job, New Problems
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average person will hold 12 jobs in his or her lifetime. Starting in a new position can be exhilarating, but shifting out of one job and into another can actually result in more money coming right out of your pocket. Considering these hidden costs will help you evaluate if switching to that seemingly shiny new position is financially sound.
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