Strengthening Financial Savvy
On the site, Stacy Francis explains that it IS possible to pay down debt while saving for the future, and guides women to adopt a new money mantra: "frugality is the new black."
"Eighty percent of young Americans are in debt(1)," notes Francis. "Struggling to pay off loans and credit cards is overwhelming for anyone, but the situation is amplified when it's a young woman trying to make ends meet in a tight economy on an entry-level salary. WhatWillYourPlanBe.com supports women in their quest for financial security."
Handling Unexpected Health Issues
Because post college-aged women have the highest rates of unintended pregnancy(2), Dr. Ashlesha Patel highlights the importance of using a "Plan A" (i.e., primary contraception) and having a "Plan B" (e.g., Plan B(R) emergency contraception) should contraceptive failure or unprotected sex occur. In addition to the risk of pregnancy, women also need to protect themselves against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
"Young women are actively beginning to shape their personal and professional identities, but often overlook their health," says Dr. Patel. "WhatWillYourPlanBe.com delivers spot-on advice that helps safeguard their physical and mental well-being so they're in control when the unexpected happens."
Navigating a Tough Job Market
The website's career section offers a fresh twist on effective networking, top tips for resume makeovers and need-to-know information for successful interview preparation.
"In this sluggish economy, layoffs are increasing and opportunities are less abundant for new entrants into the workforce," comments Nicole Williams. "WhatWillYourPlanBe.com gives young women guidance to better position themselves as a valuable employee in their current role, or as the best candidate for the job if they
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