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A new study shows that many Americans want to continue to work in retirement, and money is not the top motivation for most of them.
The number isn’t quite as high as it was at the end of the recession, but it’s still significant.
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The Seattle City Council has approved a new minimum wage that will be phased in over several years.
Yes, college is costly and student debt is on the rise. But college graduates earn 98 percent more than those without a degree.
The daily back and forth to work is costing you more than you realize.
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