What recession? The Great Resignation rages on with 4.3 million Americans quitting in May amid a still-hot job market

"Workers don't think there is a recession happening. Employers certainly don't either," Nick Bunker, an economist at Indeed Hiring Lab, said.
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What recession? The Great Resignation rages on with 4.3 million Americans quitting in May amid a still-hot job market

What recession? The Great Resignation rages on with 4.3 million Americans quitting in May amid a still-hot job market

"Workers don't think there is a recession happening. Employers certainly don't either," Nick Bunker, an economist at Indeed Hiring Lab, said.

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I sold one of my 20 metaverse properties for $30,000. The rest are getting me perks, like citizenship on a real-life island, and will be bringing me passive income.
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I sold one of my 20 metaverse properties for $30,000. The rest are getting me perks, like citizenship on a real-life island, and will be bringing me passive income.

A former day trader turned cryptocurrency investor, Angelica Saldaña says people can choose to grow with Web3 or get left behind.

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Job openings fell again through May as the hiring recovery surged forward

Job openings fell again through May as the hiring recovery surged forward

The US economy had 11.3 million job openings at the end of May, according to data out Wednesday. That's down from the 11.7 million seen in April.

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A father who retired at 36 after amassing $1.28 million shares his top 7 investing tips for retiring early.
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A father who retired at 36 after amassing $1.28 million shares his top 7 investing tips for retiring early.

To retire early, consider certain asset classes, types of accounts, and allocation rates based on target number and years to retirement, Quan says.

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Millennials are taking to TikTok to tell Gen Z that job stability is overrated: 'Question everything and the typical path you've been told to take'

Millennials are taking to TikTok to tell Gen Z that job stability is overrated: 'Question everything and the typical path you've been told to take'

"Don't pay too much attention to a recession and what bad news you think is coming," Su Hyun Kim told Insider. "You still have to live your life."

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A strategist in JPMorgan's $218 billion alternatives division is waiting out the bear market in cash and highly liquid assets. Here's what it would take for her to turn aggressive  — and the 2 opportunities she would snap up first.
I loved being a virtual assistant so much that I started my own franchise for others. Here's how I did it.

I loved being a virtual assistant so much that I started my own franchise for others. Here's how I did it.

Rebecca Newenham became a virtual assistant after craving the flexibility of working for herself from home after she quit the corporate.

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How an Insider investigation into the powerful workplace tracking system at JPMorgan Chase spawned an emergency 'fire drill' meeting and greater secrecy
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How an Insider investigation into the powerful workplace tracking system at JPMorgan Chase spawned an emergency 'fire drill' meeting and greater secrecy

JPMorgan's monitoring of its employees has led to tensions with workers and leaks to the press. The bank is responding by becoming more opaque, insiders say.

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Inside how buy now, pay later went from the pandemic's fintech darling to an industry turned on its head in 18 months
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Inside how buy now, pay later went from the pandemic's fintech darling to an industry turned on its head in 18 months

Buy now, pay later was fintech's hottest sector 18 months ago. Here are the four key trends that have disrupted the space as firms try to adapt.

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Digital ad firm Criteo revived its business with e-commerce advertising.  A new crop of startups are coming for it.
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Digital ad firm Criteo revived its business with e-commerce advertising. A new crop of startups are coming for it.

Adtech company Criteo rejuvenated its business after it leaned into retail media. Now it faces competition from startups capitalizing on the trend.

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