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Jun 29, 2018

The Marketplace Weekend finale

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On this final episode, we talk storm chasing, rent-to-own housing and disability and hiring.

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How storm chasers turn tornadoes into tourist attractions

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Jun 28, 2018
A growing industry is offering a front row seat to extreme weather.
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Ask A Manager

How to get the vacation you deserve

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 29, 2018
Ask a Manager's Alison Green explains how to plan for time off.
Comedian Hugh Lloyd and his wife, Carol, prepare to go to Australia in 1969.
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Economics of Disability

4 ways disability affects how employers approach hiring

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 29, 2018
Job descriptions are a bigger deal than you may think.
[Image Description: An individual is sitting at a desk, searching through a newspaper's help wanted ads. They are wearing a brown jacket, and are holding a pen in one hand and a sheet of white paper in the other.]
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The Marketplace Quiz

And for her next act, dinosaur psychologist

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 29, 2018
Host Lizzie O'Leary wraps things up by taking the Marketplace Quiz.
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How to be a...

How to be a Lego designer

by Eliza Mills and Tony Wagner Jun 29, 2018
The company's vice president of design left fashion for his "ultimate childhood dream" of working with the plastic bricks.
Husband and wife Annie and Ed Diment put the final bricks in place on their 400,000-piece "Ice Age" display at a Lego exhibition in London in 2015. The woolly mammoth took nine weeks to build.
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