Workers want almost $73,000 to take a new job, but they're actually just getting about $61,000

Over the last year, workers have hiked their price tag, and say that they need an offer of over $70,000 to take a new role.
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Workers want almost $73,000 to take a new job, but they're actually just getting about $61,000

Workers want almost $73,000 to take a new job, but they're actually just getting about $61,000

Over the last year, workers have hiked their price tag, and say that they need an offer of over $70,000 to take a new role.

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It's too soon to say that the US housing market is in a recession, even as pending home sales plummet 20% from 2021, says a 36-year real estate industry veteran
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It's too soon to say that the US housing market is in a recession, even as pending home sales plummet 20% from 2021, says a 36-year real estate industry veteran

Pending home sales fell again, but an industry veteran said the US housing market isn't in a recession and won't crash. Here are three trends to note.

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Mark Zuckerberg said he gave up running as exercise to take his mind off work because 'the problem with running is you can think a lot'

Mark Zuckerberg said he gave up running as exercise to take his mind off work because 'the problem with running is you can think a lot'

Zuckerberg described waking up and looking at his phone each day as being "punched in the stomach." He said he gave up running because it didn't help.

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I sold my truck to help set up my first Airbnb. Now my wife and I make $118,000 in bookings a month from our 6 rental properties.
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I sold my truck to help set up my first Airbnb. Now my wife and I make $118,000 in bookings a month from our 6 rental properties.

Michael Elefante, 28, and his wife bought their first vacation rental in Tennessee in 2019. The success led them to quit their jobs to host full time.

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6 tips for growing your business, according to an ex-Groupon CEO

6 tips for growing your business, according to an ex-Groupon CEO

Íñigo Amoribieta is a managing director at Otovo and was previously a manager at McKinsey. He specializes in helping young companies grow quickly.

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I got my dream job at Google after applying 10 times. Here’s my strategy for acing the competitive interview process.
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I got my dream job at Google after applying 10 times. Here’s my strategy for acing the competitive interview process.

Tennessee Watt says that although the recruiters and hiring team were friendly, she found the process challenging.

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Amazon's first season of its Lord of the Rings show 'The Rings of Power' will cost $715 million — or 5.1 million annual Prime subscriptions

Amazon's first season of its Lord of the Rings show 'The Rings of Power' will cost $715 million — or 5.1 million annual Prime subscriptions

The 8-episode season based on "The Lord of the Rings" books has shaped up to be the most expensive show of all time. It premieres in early September.

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6 experts share how to 'quiet quit' without putting your career at risk by setting clear boundaries at work instead
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6 experts share how to 'quiet quit' without putting your career at risk by setting clear boundaries at work instead

Reclaiming your life and setting boundaries around work is what the quiet-quitting movement is all about — but there's a more effective way to do it.

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A TikTok star who gained 2.2 million followers by giving great career advice shares the answers to her 3 most frequently asked questions
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A TikTok star who gained 2.2 million followers by giving great career advice shares the answers to her 3 most frequently asked questions

Erin McGoff shares her answers to questions about résumé writing, tackling job interviews, and negotiating salaries with her social media following.

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4 experts weigh in on what investors can expect from the Fed's crucial meeting in Jackson Hole this week
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4 experts weigh in on what investors can expect from the Fed's crucial meeting in Jackson Hole this week

Money managers and economists weigh in on what investors can expect from the crucial meeting in Wyoming this week.

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