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How To Stay Grounded While Your Career Is Taking Off

This woman balanced work, school and parenting to achieve career goals

Calling Jill Wieck a stay-at-home-mom would barely scratch the surface of life in her 20s. The associate director in the advancement office at Carnegie Mellon University spent the last 11 years raising five kids while earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees online and working 40-hour weeks through FlexJobs.
 
How did the Pittsburgh mother make time for it all? It meant three hours of sleep per night and long days in front of the computer. “I’d use my lunch hour almost every single day to watch a lecture, collaborate with my team, send some emails,” she says. Evenings turned into late nights studying analytics, while her husband handled dinner and homework. “Thinking about it now, I’m like, ‘How did I fit this all in?’”
 
The cost was lost sleep, time with kids and for herself—but the outcome has been worth it. Now 30, Wieck relishes the structure, benefits and financial gains of a salaried 9-to-5, including long-term planning for her kids’ tuition on her employer’s dollar.

How one entrepreneur won the fight for women’s boxing gear

Lynn Le loved combat fitness, but she couldn’t find boxing gloves that fit her needs. “I was tired of wearing men’s stuff that doesn’t fit me,” she says. “That’s when I realized I should look into this.”
 
After winning a $15,000 grant from the city of Portland to develop her idea, Le quit her job, emptied her life savings (and apartment) into Society Nine and gave herself two years to create a better product. “There were many times I wanted to quit,” says Le. “But then I would ask myself: If I quit and had direct deposit again, would I be genuinely happy?”

In 2015, Lynn and her team raised $58,000 on Kickstarter. Less than a year later, Lynn appeared on Oxygen’s Quit Your Day Job, landing funding from the show’s investors. Her next challenge? Launching new products, including two new gloves. 
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How to get a graduate degree without financial insecurity

Class of 2016 college graduates shouldered an average $37,172 in student debt, but researchers still agree education is a worthwhile investment. By earning a professional-degree, the average worker sees lifetime earnings of $1.7 million rise to $3.6 million. Despite the long-term promise, the short-term financial burden weighs heavily. So before going back to school, take these measures to ensure your ambition is a good financial decision.
 
Determine your earning potential. A higher degree should earn you a salary boost of at least 20% to 25%. Resources like Gradsense’s salary-to-debt calculator and O*Net Online can help you project your pay.

Consider your options. Before enrolling, find out if the skills you need to reach your career goals can be learned with employer training or certifications. And if you do need another diploma…
 
Choose your program carefully. Some institutions offer fully-funded degrees, like Johns Hopkins. Students working toward a literature Ph.D. can get five years of tuition in exchange for three years of teaching.

Is your job (literally) killing you? Time to look for an exit

To many, Sean Xavier Hallion’s craft beer specialist job seemed like a dream. But after rising through the ranks from dishwasher to manager, he realized the drinking required of his work had become a problem. “You’re surrounded by the thing that’s trying to kill you,” says the 32-year-old. “Most of the time, if I could still lift up the glass, I was still drinking.”

So, what do you do when your job becomes a toxic part of your life? For Hallion, getting sober meant abandoning a decade-long career. His story is not unique. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 17% of food service and accommodations workers experience heavy use of alcohol and illegal drugs.

“At the end of the day, when I have another day sober, that’s the most important thing to me,” says Hallion. “It almost feels like I got my life back, because it’s like I was sleeping through it.”
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