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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 19, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 19, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Senior (UX) User Experience Designer / (IXT) Interaction Designer||Washington, DC|
|Senior Designer||Washington, DC|
|Quality Control Engineer||Washington, DC|
|Product Manager||Washington, DC|
|Business Development Manager||Washington, DC|
|Community Manager Summer Intern||Washington, DC|
|Software Engineer||Washington, DC|
|Senior Software Engineer||Washington, DC|
|Customer Success Associate (Community Team)||Washington, DC|
|Big Data Engineer - ETL & Hadoop||Washington, DC|
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Personal finance and the job search go hand in hand. There’s plenty that you can do to get your financial life in order before you start working, but you can’t really start taking control until the paychecks start hitting your bank account (even though that’s probably the most tempting time to lose control). As I’ve learned from Ramit Sethi of I Will Teach You To Be Rich, personal financial success is about behavioral change, and changing your behavior is hard. That’s why I was intrigued to learn about a “financial wellness” tool that was designed with the help of behavioral economists. The company behind it is called HelloWallet, and they’re based in Washington, DC. Their goal is to “boost the wealth of workers by democratizing access to honest financial guidance – something only 20 percent of Americans have access to today.”
HelloWallet has a really nice intro video that explains what they do, so your first step in getting to know them should be watching it (click through if you don’t see the video):
You can learn a little more about the product on HelloWallet’s How It Works page, and if you want to dig a little deeper you may want to check out their blog. While anyone can sign up for a HelloWallet account (it’s under $100 a year), it seems that HelloWallet is more focused on positioning the service as an employer provided benefit. This makes sense in that most companies want financially secure employees, but they don’t want to have to pay them more. HelloWallet can help them achieve this. If personal finance is a topic that gets you excited, take a look at HelloWallet’s Careers page. Right now they have a few positions that would be great for a new or recent grad including Data Analyst, Research Analyst, Inside Sales Representative, and Software Engineer.
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Would you use HelloWallet?