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Wage gap persists, according to new study

A new study from CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists underscores the continued wage gap in the U.S. On average, men earn $68,300 annually compared to $44,400 for women, and there is a lower percentage of women in the highest-paying occupations.


New study: American workers are more stressed than ever before

The economy is supposed to be in recovery mode, but you wouldn’t know it by the grunts and groans coming from the next cubicle. Listen to this interview about a new survey of Americans’ stress levels.



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