salary

The VICE Guide to Life

Say These Words, Get More Money

Negotiating a salary isn't rude.
Melissa Locker
11.29.18
The VICE Guide to Life

Eight Jobs You Can Do from a Tree

Or in a cave, or in a hole, or on the water. (Anywhere, you see.)
Evie Carrick
11.28.18
Work

I Doubled My Public School Teacher’s Salary in 10 Years

To finally be compensated not just in warm fuzzies but in an actual denomination that pays the bills is incredible.
She Picks Up Pennies
11.15.18
Work

10 Great Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere

These jobs provide the cash and flexibility needed to live life as a digital nomad.
Evie Carrick
10.25.18
VICE Guide to Life

How to Negotiate Your Salary for the First Time

Negotiating your pay can mean more money now and a higher earning potential over your lifetime. Here's how to do it and why it is so important to start with your very first job offer.
Melissa Locker
10.1.18
VICE Guide to Life

How Much You Should Pay in Rent

So you’re finally ready to move out of mom and dad’s house. Now it's time to figure out how much you can afford to spend on rent and still have enough money leftover for all the fun things you want to do too.
Gina Ragusa
9.12.18
relationships

Couples with Big Income Gaps Talk About Their Money Problems

“I think her salary just makes me feel inferior, and like we’re less equal partners.”
Laura Bell
8.17.18
jobs

Tips for Saving Money When You Get Paid in Cash

Having a tough time saving those fat cash tips from your summer job? It’s easy to blow your money on booze and weed, but there are tricks of the trade to avoid wasting your wages—while still having a good time.
Gina Ragusa
8.1.18
Free

What It Takes to Make a Living as a Drag Queen

Most drag queens have modest incomes, but their expenses for hair, makeup and travel can easily top $10,000 a year. Here’s what they spend on and the tricks they use to make ends meet.
Melissa Kravitz
7.27.18
jobs

The Hidden Reason Why Your Pay Is Stuck in Neutral

Companies often work together to keep employee salaries low—and force workers to sign agreements that scam them out of their right to earn more money elsewhere.
Anita Hamilton
7.16.18
Work

How to Answer the Trickiest Job Interview Question of All

It's not "Why do you want to work here?" or "What is your greatest weakness?" Here's how to get your answer to the real zinger down pat.
Rick Paulas
5.7.18
pay equality

How to Ask Your Coworkers How Much Money They Make

In honor of Equal Pay Day, pay equity experts give advice on having an honest conversation with colleagues about your salaries.
Kimberly Lawson
4.10.18
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