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"Down the Up Escalator" author Barbara Garson talks about chronicling the 99%.
You may have leverage to negotiate a whole lot more than your salary.
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If it’s money on your mind when you think about career, an academic workload emphasizing math and science is still the way to go in college.
Almost half of the U.S. population is still fearful of losing their jobs, but why the finger-pointing?
Why it's time to start seeking elsewhere.
Gender wage disparity exists across the nation.
More candidates are using Twitter to find a job, but is it right for you? Experts weigh in on just how far your tweets will take you.
Employers are paying attention to social media, and so are coworkers, and they're often unhappy with what they see.
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