Here are the industries where 11 million jobs sit open — just waiting for Great Resigners to fill them

The US boasted 11.4 million job openings in April. Just a handful of sectors make up the majority of the positions companies are rushing to fill.
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Here are the industries where 11 million jobs sit open — just waiting for Great Resigners to fill them

Here are the industries where 11 million jobs sit open — just waiting for Great Resigners to fill them

The US boasted 11.4 million job openings in April. Just a handful of sectors make up the majority of the positions companies are rushing to fill.

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Here's how much money I made as a software engineer at companies like Netflix, Grubhub, and IBM
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Here's how much money I made as a software engineer at companies like Netflix, Grubhub, and IBM

Frank Niu was able to retire at 30 through a combination of job-hopping, aggressively saving, investing, and luck.

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A financial planner says retirement isn't the only way to combat burnout — a sabbatical might be the answer

A financial planner says retirement isn't the only way to combat burnout — a sabbatical might be the answer

Taking an extended break from work — otherwise known as a sabbatical — can help combat burnout, says financial planner Chloe A. Moore.

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The founder of a $3.2 billion Tiger Global-backed blockchain infrastructure startup with clients like Citibank breaks down how the company survived 2 crypto bear markets – and explains 3 ways investors can make it through volatile trading cycles
Outgoing Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg says she'll be focusing on philanthropy and women's issues next amid Roe v. Wade concerns: Fortune

Outgoing Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg says she'll be focusing on philanthropy and women's issues next amid Roe v. Wade concerns: Fortune

Sandberg said last month that the right to abortion is fundamental, after a report said that the Supreme Court was poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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RBC says investors should add tech exposure and buy these 24 stocks for the best shot at success in the second quarter
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RBC says investors should add tech exposure and buy these 24 stocks for the best shot at success in the second quarter

RBC expects that seven of these 24 companies could double in value in a year, and names its favorite small-cap stocks in tech and other sectors.

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Since 2020, there have been about 500 shootings at major supermarket chains in America, study finds

Since 2020, there have been about 500 shootings at major supermarket chains in America, study finds

Gun-control advocacy group Guns Down America is calling on major grocery chains to rethink workplace-safety measures.

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A top market technician told investors to double down on energy just before it surged 42%. He lays out 5 trades that could now buck the bearish trend — and 3 signals to watch before going all in on crypto and stocks.
Amazon is coming after Google and Meta's ad businesses with a major charm offensive to convince advertisers it can do more than just drive purchases
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Amazon is coming after Google and Meta's ad businesses with a major charm offensive to convince advertisers it can do more than just drive purchases

As Amazon seeks to grow its $31 billion advertising business, it's turning to more traditional methods to woo advertisers to its platform.

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Goldman Sachs is bullish on real assets as the stock market slumps — analysts spell out why and reveal which ones are set to rise in value the most
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Goldman Sachs is bullish on real assets as the stock market slumps — analysts spell out why and reveal which ones are set to rise in value the most

Goldman Sachs lays out the case for investing in real assets and reveals which ones it's most bullish on as the stock market struggles.

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