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When It Comes to Money, Girl$ Rule
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Farmers Wanted: Why Shortage Puts America at Risk
With fewer young people going into agriculture, many industry watchers are concerned about the future of American farming.
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Take This Job And ... The 10 Worst Jobs of 2014
Math and science people get the bragging rights for the best jobs. The worst jobs ... Ugh!
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Pay for Play: What's a Student Athlete Worth?
If student athletes become employees, it could mean salaries in the hundreds of thousands, or more.
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Amazon Will Pay Some Workers $5,000 To Quit
Amazon has started a program called Pay to Quit, in which it offers workers at its fulfillment centers between $2,000 and $5,000 to leave.
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No Work Emails After 6 p.m., S'il Vous Plait
A new French labor agreement stipulates that workers in one sector don't have to answer business calls or emails after office hours.
Brennan Linsley / AP
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to Near 7-Year Low
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to the lowest level in almost seven years.
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Arrrrgh! U.S. Workers Are So Stressed Out
Workloads have increased. And that isn't coinciding with a raise — or, in many cases, hiring more workers.
Darron Cummings / AP
Off the Clock? Retirees Keep One Foot in Workforce
Many older Americans continue to work, whether for pleasure or economic necessity. Here's where seniors can find opportunities.
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