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The disturbing ways America’s ‘toxic’ problems are crippling millennials

From health to education to homeownership, their issues showcase bigger trends.

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Google has more temp and contract workers than actual employees — but they have far fewer rights

A growing number of people are finding themselves in a non-traditional work arrangement.

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This is the most important question students should ask about their university — but rarely do

Students and families need a simple way to ensure the best return on their investment.

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A retired top executive says this killer question will kick-start (or reboot) your career

The secret to getting noticed at work — even by the CEO.

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A lawyer reveals what to do when your boss demands you sign a non-compete agreement

One in five U.S. workers are covered by non-competition and non-solicitation agreements.

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After your company’s IPO, don’t mess up your financial windfall

You need to think about more than just taxes.

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Women work better in warmer offices

As the summer office thermostat wars heat up, workers share their fights to keep workspaces comfortable.

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Social-media superstar Chrissy Teigen gets paid millions for being the most relatable person on the internet

Teigen tells MarketWatch how she went from dreading work as a model to calling the shots on set and speaking up at work.

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Why Mailchimp CEO Ben Chestnut prefers post-it notes to PowerPoint presentations

Chestnut credits the company’s success in part to its chimpanzee logo — and his parents.

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What it’s like to go pro after being the best college tennis player in America

Mackenzie McDonald was the best men’s college tennis player in America in 2016, and in 2017 Oracle granted him $100,000 to transition to the pros.

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One subtle way that rich people maintain their social status, while the rest of us flail

And this overconfidence may actually help them in life.

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10 versatile college majors that eliminate the need to decide early on a career path

The major course of study you pick in college doesn’t have to dictate your career trajectory.

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An estimated 10.7 million Americans could miss work the Monday after the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale

And some 27.2 million workers will be late and distracted the next day, costing $3.3 billion in lost productivity.

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Arianna Huffington: ‘I’m a risk-taker in every part of my life — except my finances’

Huffington spoke with MarketWatch about her work, her passions, and the stock she regrets not buying in 1980.

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The two entry-level jobs in America where grads can rake in $90,000 or more

College grads are facing a solid job market, and these are the 25 jobs where they’ll make the most. Plus, how to negotiate for a higher salary.

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The quiet desperation of Generation X workers across America

Reality bites: Gen Xers are more stressed at work than any other generation, new research finds.

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The two entry-level jobs in America where grads can rake in $90,000 or more

College grads are facing a solid job market, and these are the 25 jobs where they’ll make the most. Plus, how to negotiate for a higher salary.

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Australia printed 400 million banknotes with the word ‘responsibility’ spelled wrong

Workers who’ve been there share what to do when you make an epic typo at work.

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One reason wages aren’t rising faster: The gutting of middle-manager positions

Walmart announced this week that it would streamline its workplace hierarchy and cut some mid-management jobs.

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Why job seekers are relocating at historically low rates

The tight labor market, soaring real-estate prices and new technology make moving for a better job less desirable.