This year’s college graduates are entering one of the best job markets in years, according to a recent survey.
Employers say they plan to hire 10.7% more graduates from the class of 2019 than they did from the class of 2018, the best hiring outlook for new grads since 2011, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Job Outlook report, which surveys employers on their hiring intentions.
Though another recession may be on the horizon, employers feel confident in the job market for recent graduates. 16.8% of respondents in 2019 rated the job market as “excellent,” compared with 7.4% of respondents in 2018.
The fastest-growing regions, according to the survey, are New England, the Southwest and the Midwest.
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For the everyday investor, stocks are the bread and butter investment of any portfolio. They’re easy to trade, not too difficult to understand and have the potential to provide a high return. But stocks have downsides. They can be volatile, riskier than other investments and hard to predict. “According to data compiled by Ibbotson Associates, large stocks (think S&P 500) returned 10% compounded annually from 1926 to 2018,” said Robert R. Johnson, professor of finance at Creighton University. “Stocks have much higher returns over time, but those returns are much less certain.” A wise investor will diversify beyond stocks to hedge against market downturns. Here are seven ways the everyday investor can invest outside of the stock market.
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menurut warren buffet, exponential growth dapat disebut sebagai keajaiban dunia yang ke delapan.
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kita pasti memulainya di titik nol, dan dalam titik ini segala upaya kita seolah-olah tidak menghasilkan apa-apa.
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This policy is also termed "adjustable life insurance" because it offers more flexibility compared to whole life insurance. You have the liberty to reduce or increase your death benefit and to pay your premiums at any time in any amount (subject to certain limits) after your first premium payment has been made.
With a universal policy, you can increase the face value of your insurance coverage. But, you need to pass a medical examination to qualify for this benefit. Similarly, you may decrease your coverage to a minimum amount without surrendering your policy. But keep in mind, surrender charges may be applied against the cash value of your policy.
When it comes to the death benefit, you have two options: a fixed amount of death benefit or an increasing death benefit equal to the face value of your policy, plus your cash value amount.
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Life insurance giant AIA will offer its 500,000 New Zealand customers freebies and discounts if they sign up to a programme that encourages them to live healthier lifestyles.
The Vitality rewards scheme is owned by a separate company, South African insurer Discovery, and gives people "points" if they complete various online health assessments and routine medical checks.
Points can also be earned by uploading exercise data from devices such as Fitbits and Apple Watches, and by taking flu vaccinations.
AIA New Zealand took in $717 million in premiums from customers in the year to June.
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#Repost from @blacknationapp Former NBA star Allen Iverson, who last played an NBA game more than eight years ago, is still receiving a hefty amount of money from athletic apparel and footwear brand, Reebok. In fact, he is reportedly getting paid $800,000 a year from the brand and the CEO of company believes he's still worth it.
A lot of fans of "The Answer" have been worrying he would go financially broke following reports of his broken marriage, gambling and drinking rumors, and other controversies. Turns out, Iverson is doing just fine and Reebok is still paying him $800,000 annually, despite playing his last game with the Philadephia 76ers back in February 2010 where he scored 13 points and lost against the Chicago Bulls.
Iverson initially received a 10-year, $50-milion contract after being selected first overall pick in the 1996 draft by the 76ers. The Reebok Question, the first signature sneaker for "The Answer" released by the brand, was what he wore during the 1996-97 season where he was named the Rookie of the Year.
Reebok signed Iverson to a lifetime deal right after he led the 76ers to the 2001 NBA Finals and was declared the league MVP. Aside from $800,000 annually, the contract also includes a $32-million trust fund he can't access until he turns 55 years old in 2030. "He's an iconic personality," Reebok CEO Matt O’Toole told Bloomberg. "Let's get on a plane to Shanghai together. You bring Allen Iverson into a market like that. I'll stand firmly that he has a big place in basketball and sports history."