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Jobs & Work
You’ve heard this before: “No one on their deathbed ever said, ‘I wish I had spent more time at the office.”’ Working too much is truly one of the regrets of those near death.
When it was time for her first paycheck, she was given a prepaid debit card that came with a host of fees instead.
Many human resource professionals think this group of grads is unprofessional and can’t write well. Are they wrong?
Many low-wage earners will be offered health insurance through their workplace next year, but it might be more than many can reasonably afford.
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Other majors also quickly lead to jobs, while some still have unemployment rates above 10 percent.