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Working on your own doesn't have to be a terrifying experience. These jobs have attractive growth prospects.
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It's time to retire the idea of "retirement." Here's why your 50s and 60s might be a good time to revamp your career.
New research finds a late-career job switch could be the key to working longer.
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In tumultuous times, many people would like a financial planner to lead the way. But the profession still hasn't caught on.
Job site Glassdoor found 10 occupations with a base pay of at least $100,000. The best part? They are all currently hiring.
While elite programs have high average salaries, lesser-known ones may offer students a better value.
As pay increases, the value employees place on time with their family and friends becomes less and less important, according to a Glassdoor.
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Your latest expense report is probably pretty tame, especially compared with these oddball costs workers have tried to submit.
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