finance

Work

The Worst Things People Have Been Asked to Do When Applying for a Job

“We were asked to do improv games in a group interview. The job was working in a bar."
Graham Isador
7.10.19
Culture

New Zealand Is Burning Out a Generation of Young Artists

The country is being praised for their “wellbeing” budget, which measures quality of life alongside money. But artists are still feeling the impact of funding cuts that have made it seemingly impossible to forge a fair living as a creative.
Amanda Jane Robinson
6.18.19
tv

Lena Dunham's New Show Is About... Finance Bros?

Dunham will EP and direct the new HBO series, 'Industry.'
River Donaghey
6.15.19
FEEL IT

How to Have Money

Once you have it there are a lot of things you can do with it. Kate Carraway is here to steer you in the right direction.
Kate Carraway
5.16.19
Money

I Tested the Saving Technique That Promises Retirement at 40

The FIRE – "financial independence, retire early" – movement is all about hoarding enough cash, before investing it and living off the dividends.
Hayden Vernon
3.1.19
loneliness

I Rented a Friend to See if I Could Cure My Loneliness

One in three of us would describe ourselves as "socially isolated." Can salvation be bought for $25 an hour?
Annie Lord
2.9.19
Payday

The Real Story of Why You Have a Cracked HECS Debt

We know you want to get rid of your debt, but do you ever wonder why you have it in the first place?
Sam Nichols
10.19.18
Payday

Here's What We Learned From Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey

Basically things are grim.
VICE Staff
9.17.18
ANY MOMENT NOW

You Could Be the Host Of Our Next VICE Show

We're looking for someone who understands money to host a new VICE finance series.
VICE Staff
8.6.18
Payday

We’re Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey

We promise there are no avocado jokes. Just a serious look at how you feel about wealth, class, and how indebted we all are.
VICE Staff
7.5.18
family

How Old Is Too Old to Live with Your Parents?

The question that's launched a thousand Reddit threads.
Allie Conti
6.7.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Are Missing Out on Life Because They Have More Debt Than Savings

A dark new poll found many 18- to-34-year-olds are waiting to have kids, get married, buy a house, or save for retirement because of crushing debt.
Adam Forrest
4.4.18
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