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Me, Myself, and I...

Aug 13, 2005
Interested in changing careers? Or becoming your own boss? <i>Money</i> magazine's Ellen McGirt shares tips on making your work dreams a reality.
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Taking a Break from the Rat Race

Aug 13, 2005
Roughly ten percent of large companies now offer either paid or unpaid sabbaticals for employees. But <i>Marketplace's</i> Hillary Wicai finds out some workers use their sabbaticals to recharge their battery and look for a new job.
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Day in the Work Life: Veterinarian

Aug 5, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we <i>Sit!</i> with a veterinarian.
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"Day in the Work Life": Kid's Performer

Jul 29, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money - we hum along with a kids' performer.
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AFL-CIO VS The AFL-CIO

Jul 29, 2005
Breaking up is hard to do, especially if you're the biggest union in the country. Marketplace's John Dimsdale explains what the future might hold for union workers.
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Whistling Through the Graveyard Shift

Jul 29, 2005
More than 3 million folks work the graveyard shift. Our host Kai Ryssdal is one of them. He explores what employees and employers do to make the night shift work.
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Day In The Work Life: Sound Check

Jul 22, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money - we sample sound effects with a movie Foley artist.
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"Day in the Work Life": Art for Sale

Jul 16, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we go canvas-gazing with an art consultant.
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"Day in the Work Life": Tour de Boroughs

Jul 9, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we keep pace with a New York City bike messenger.
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Grammar for Grown Ups

Jul 8, 2005
Sure, being computer savvy and knowing how to network is good. But knowing the difference between who and whom may be just as important. Sandy Hausman reports on grammar for grown ups.
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