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This Is Uncomfortable

As two more states hike their minimum wage, what are the chances of a federal increase?

by Marielle Segarra Nov 8, 2018
Arkansas and Missouri voted to raise their minimum wages on Tuesday. Is the federal government next?
Protesters rally against Labor nominee Andrew Puzder outside of a Hardee's restaurant on February 13, 2017 in St Louis, Missouri.
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Where will your paycheck go the furthest?

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 15, 2018
Indeed.com has crunched the numbers on salary and cost of living in 185 metro areas and come up with a list of cities where your salary will go the furthest. The list also indicates where economic and job opportunities will…
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Divided Decade

How much are we earning almost a decade after the Great Recession?

by Janet Nguyen May 23, 2018
A look at the state of wages for young college graduates and how wages break down by education level.
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What's keeping your CEO up at night

by David Brancaccio and Janet Nguyen Feb 14, 2018
Companies are making the shift from customer satisfaction to employee satisfaction.
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Private sector wages and benefits are on the upswing, but economists caution celebrating

by Kimberly Adams Jan 31, 2018
We are finally starting to see some signs that the tight labor market is pushing up wages. New numbers out today from the Department of Labor show wages and salaries in the private sector are up 2.8 percent from this…
Ask A Manager

What's the best way to find a job? We ask a manager

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 15, 2017
Tip: Hand delivering a resume is not OK.
How do you stand out from the crowd when you're applying for a job? Gimmicks don't work, Green says. A solid resume and compelling cover letter do.
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Low teacher salaries prompt Arizona schools to find creative recruiting tools

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 7, 2016
Finding and keeping good teachers is a challenge, especially in rural Arizona.
School administrators say it's now a teacher's market in Arizona. So for soon-to-be teachers like ASU student Kristen Fisher, the prospects of finding a teaching job are very good. 
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Massachusetts passes law to combat unequal pay

by David Brancaccio Aug 3, 2016
Employers will be barred from asking a simple question that can mean lower salaries for women and minorities.
The answer to a question about your past salary can mean lower pay.
WOCinTech Chat

David Price and the economics of baseball inflation

by Scott Tong Dec 2, 2015
Baseball teams have more money than ever, and that money chases a few players.

Baseball economics hits a homerun for the Mets

by Noel King Oct 9, 2015
One reason the team is in the playoffs for the first time in several years: math.
Jacob deGrom is a young player with the relatively low salary of about $556,000.
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