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Death Toll Continues To Mount After Massive Washington Mudslide

Are homes in a mudslide covered by insurance?

Apr 2, 2014
Coverage for hazards like mudslide can cost an extra $1,000 per year.
Posted In: mudslide insurance

Discriminate against the old? Even the old do it

Mar 28, 2014
Academics are increasingly releasing data that they hope will reach those in a position to hire, promote and pay older adults.
Posted In: Retirement, workplace, age discrimination

Moving past gender barriers to negotiate a raise

Mar 28, 2014
Discrimination persists in the workplace and can emerge when women act as their own advocates to seek a raise, experts say.
Posted In: raise, workplace culture, workplace, women

A degree in hand, but a slow start up the career ladder

Mar 28, 2014
College graduates who started careers recently are having a hard time finding a good job.
Posted In: recession, career

Family finance lessons: 'The Simpsons' Michael Price

Mar 27, 2014
Michael Price, co-executive producer and writer for TV show "The Simpsons," learned how to chase his dreams while still making his mom happy.
Posted In: Family finance lessons

The D.I.Y. career

Mar 25, 2014
Freelance workers piece together a living in the temp economy.
Posted In: freelancing

For plumbers, it’s all about the sweet smell of money

Mar 25, 2014
The hours long and the hazards nasty, but fixing pipes can bring six-figure income
Posted In: plumbers, vocational training

Millennials at work: Young and callow, like their parents

Mar 24, 2014
Complaining about the work habits of the young goes back to the ancients.
Posted In: Millenials

Leaving the comfort zone to learn computer code

Mar 24, 2014
A cadre of students determined to master software engineering, even in their 50s.

Keep the change: The psychology of tipping

Mar 21, 2014
To tip or not to tip? Starbucks is trying to make that decision as easy as a text message.
Posted In: tipping, consumer

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