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Aug 23, 2019

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Younger workers more likely to talk pay with colleagues

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jul 4, 2019
Greater transparency around salaries could help close racial and gender pay gaps but can be tricky to navigate.
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Older siblings tend to be more successful in life, research says. Does that hold true for your family?

by Marketplace Staff Jul 18, 2018
Here are some of your responses.
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Expectations run into reality after graduating during the recession

by Scott Tong May 22, 2018
Financial damage can be lasting, several studies suggest.
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A third of millennials share their salary information with co-workers

by Jana Kasperkevic Oct 18, 2017
Could sharing salary data help achieve equal pay?
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New Philadelphia law stops employers from asking salary history

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 21, 2017
The law, slated to go into effect in May unless it's stopped by the state legislature, aims to close the gender salary gap.
Alex Capano, a nurse practitioner in Philadelphia, was asked about her salary history recently. A new law in the city aims to prohibit employers from asking salary questions in the future.
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Who cares how much the boss makes?

by , and Feb 7, 2017
One measure of the Dodd-Frank Act that looks set to be diluted or disapparated: the rule that requires companies to disclose how much more the CEO makes than the workers. Some observers worry about this, but how much do workers…

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Report finds wealth gap continues into retirement

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 19, 2016
We hear a lot about the income gap between top executives and workers, and it turns out that gap continues after retirement, too. The Institute for Policy Studies reports the 100 CEOs with the biggest retirement plans each have anywhere…
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Employers figuring out the latest twist in new overtime rule: an injunction to halt it

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 23, 2016
What can businesses and their employees expect, now that the new rules are on hold?
The changes to overtime rules would make millions of workers eligible to be paid overtime, or to get a salary hike — by doubling the salary threshold under which white-collar workers have to be paid overtime when they work more than 40 hours a week. The new threshold is set at $47, 476.
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Desperately need pilots? Try paying them more

by Gigi Douban Sep 16, 2016
Two regional American Airlines subsidiaries are raising pilot pay to counter the shortage.
Two American Airlines subsidiaries, PSA Airlines and Envoy Air, will increase pay for regional pilots.
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