I need a vacation from my vacation
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More than half of American workers don’t use all their paid vacation days, and when they do, it's with a fair amount of guilt. Plus: Alexander Acosta's legacy at the labor department and a woman who found a career in counting cards.
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Many vacation days are left untaken or spent tethered to devices.
In Europe's cap-and-trade market to limit emissions of carbon dioxide, the price of an allowance to pollute has increased to an 11-year high.
The Phillips curve, which describes an inverse relationship between unemployment and inflation, just doesn't seem to be working lately.
Analysts say that under the new acting secretary, Patrick Pizella, deregulation is likely to quicken.