A career-switching millennial nearly doubled her salary to $95,000 after the Great Resignation and quiet quitting helped her choose a more fulfilling path

Elaine Lee, 26, wanted a more creatively fulfilling job. She decided it was time to put less pressure on herself and try her hand at something new.
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A career-switching millennial nearly doubled her salary to $95,000 after the Great Resignation and quiet quitting helped her choose a more fulfilling path

A career-switching millennial nearly doubled her salary to $95,000 after the Great Resignation and quiet quitting helped her choose a more fulfilling path

Elaine Lee, 26, wanted a more creatively fulfilling job. She decided it was time to put less pressure on herself and try her hand at something new.

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According to a financial planner, this is how much you need to save for retirement in order to spend the rest of your income worry-free
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According to a financial planner, this is how much you need to save for retirement in order to spend the rest of your income worry-free

There are many rules and strategies when it comes to saving for retirement, but to financial planner Colin Overweg, the path forward is simple.

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Quiet quitting isn't a new phenomenon, especially for those from marginalized backgrounds. 3 women share why they had to quiet-quit to reclaim their identities.

Quiet quitting isn't a new phenomenon, especially for those from marginalized backgrounds. 3 women share why they had to quiet-quit to reclaim their identities.

"I mean, 5 p.m. came and I shut down," one woman told Insider, adding: "There's always been this need to separate life from livelihood."

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A market-beating inflation ETF manager shares 4 tips for outperforming as red-hot price growth threatens to send stocks to new lows
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A market-beating inflation ETF manager shares 4 tips for outperforming as red-hot price growth threatens to send stocks to new lows

Inflation isn't slowing, and recession risk is rising. Investment chief Neil Azous shared four investing tips that have kept his inflation ETF afloat.

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Photos: What it's like to go more than 300 feet underwater in your own personal submarine

Photos: What it's like to go more than 300 feet underwater in your own personal submarine

The NEMO is the newest high-tech gadget for the ultrawealthy. It's designed to be launched off of a yacht and can explore the ocean depths for hours.

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Goldman Sachs: Buy these 26 stocks with solid financials that are set to outperform as beneficiaries of the Fed's rate hikes
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Goldman Sachs: Buy these 26 stocks with solid financials that are set to outperform as beneficiaries of the Fed's rate hikes

Tightening financial conditions are a key source of uncertainty. Goldman predicts that these stocks should generate attractive risk-adjusted returns.

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Larry Summers urges the Fed to keep raising rates - and warns that hiking too slowly risks an economic disaster

Larry Summers urges the Fed to keep raising rates - and warns that hiking too slowly risks an economic disaster

The former Treasury secretary flagged a "substantial underlying inflation problem," and raised the prospect of rates climbing to over 5%.

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While inflation causes many workers and consumers to panic about the economy's future, author and financial planner Roger Ma tells his clients not to panic. Here's why.
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While inflation causes many workers and consumers to panic about the economy's future, author and financial planner Roger Ma tells his clients not to panic. Here's why.

Financial planner and author of "Work Your Money, Not Your Life" discusses the difference between "reactive planning" and "proactive planning."

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A creator of Facebook-backed PyTorch says the AI technique behind high-profile products like GPT-3 and DALL-E 2 is due for disruption and that we're stuck in a 'weird hardware lottery'
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A creator of Facebook-backed PyTorch says the AI technique behind high-profile products like GPT-3 and DALL-E 2 is due for disruption and that we're stuck in a 'weird hardware lottery'

Transformers has been the dominant machine learning technique for the lasfive years — which could have unintended consequences in AI innovation.

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Half of your employees are 'quiet quitting' and destroying morale. An MBA professor shares the 5 most effective ways to save a team's culture and output.
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