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Paul Toscano

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  • The Ten Best Jobs in America 2009 Wednesday, 7 Jan 2009 | 10:33 AM ET
    What makes a " good" job? Salary? Physical demands?  Stress  level?  As it turns out, numerous factors enter the good job/bad job equation.  has released  a  comprehensive ranking of the best and worst careers in the country. So, what are the 10 best jobs in the country? Click ahead to find out!  (Salary data is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

    JobsRated.com has released a comprehensive ranking of the best and worst careers in the country. What are the 10 best? Click ahead to find out. (Salary data is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

  • Top Money-Making Stars of 2008 Monday, 5 Jan 2009 | 3:13 PM ET
    Hollywood stars get paid tens of millions to appear in a feature film, so producers want a healthy return on their investment. But do these actors and actresses draw audiences themselves or is it a combination of factors in creating box office gold? Every year since 1932,  has surveyed theater owners and film buyers to get their take on which Hollywood names draw the most people to the theaters. Although no single star can be considered completely responsible for a film's box office success, the

    Hollywood stars get paid tens of millions to appear in a feature film, so producers want a healthy return on their investment. Click ahead to see the top money-making stars of 2008!

  • Road To CES Digital Video Replay! Friday, 11 Jan 2008 | 6:03 PM ET

    You saw the series... or maybe you didn't... check out the digital replay of some great highlights! Get insider secrets, tips and tricks right from the experts! Everything is right at your fingertips...

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