There’s no doubt about it: Like pretty much everything else in life, the cost to rent an apartment in the U.S. is going up.
There’s a new workplace reality and it doesn’t involve a cubicle. More and more people are pursuing work from home opportunities and choosing to take this lifestyle to a new level. Enter: the digital nomad.
The traditional 9 to 5 scenario of driving to an office, sitting in a cubicle for hours, and then forgetting about work at the end of the day may soon be a thing of the past. According to the New Jersey Institute of Technology, 45 percent of U.S. employees now work from home and 53 million people work as freelancers. From being a massage therapist to an event planner, get the scoop on these four oh-so-fulfilling businesses you can run out of your apartment.
When you find an apartment you really love, you don’t want to give up on it due to a shaky financial track record. Even if you have a less than stellar credit history, there are many things you can do to improve your score in both the short, and long term. Follow along as we dive into how your credit score works and learn what you can do to work on improving your credit score, no matter your financial background.