There's a vibe shift happening in the economy as people freak out over inflation and a possible recession

The recovery is actually going pretty well, but inflation has completely spoiled the mood and everyone's debating what's likely a far-off recession.
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There's a vibe shift happening in the economy as people freak out over inflation and a possible recession

There's a vibe shift happening in the economy as people freak out over inflation and a possible recession

The recovery is actually going pretty well, but inflation has completely spoiled the mood and everyone's debating what's likely a far-off recession.

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How much money a YouTube creator with about 40,000 subscribers makes from the Shorts Fund
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How much money a YouTube creator with about 40,000 subscribers makes from the Shorts Fund

Nay Cook-Nelson is a comedy creator with 40,000 subscribers on YouTube. Here's how much he's made from the YouTube Shorts Fund since December.

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A South African game reserve that spans 4 lodges, 40,000 acres, and is home to free-roaming leopards is on the market for $36 million — take a look

A South African game reserve that spans 4 lodges, 40,000 acres, and is home to free-roaming leopards is on the market for $36 million — take a look

Residents can explore the property under the supervision of the rangers, and come face-to-face with free-roaming African wildlife.

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A 31-year-old entrepreneur made $300,000 from vending-machine sales and passive income last year. Here's how he built his business.
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A 31-year-old entrepreneur made $300,000 from vending-machine sales and passive income last year. Here's how he built his business.

Marcus Gram's company, Joyner Vending, operates 18 vending machines in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.

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The US created 431,000 jobs in March, missing forecasts as the economy faced even-higher inflation

The US created 431,000 jobs in March, missing forecasts as the economy faced even-higher inflation

The economy added 431,000 nonfarm payrolls last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Economists expected a gain of 490,000 jobs.

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A crypto billionaire and Greenpeace came up with a simple change to bitcoin's coding that could cut its energy use by 99%. Here's 6 reasons why the crypto community are so mad about it — and why it's unlikely to ever happen
2 content moderators are suing TikTok for 'oppressive' quotas and not enough support in weeding out 'highly toxic and extremely disturbing images'

2 content moderators are suing TikTok for 'oppressive' quotas and not enough support in weeding out 'highly toxic and extremely disturbing images'

The suit adds to growing calls from content moderators who say that social media giants are not protecting them against the "worst of humanity."

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A crypto chartmaster shares 3 charts that show how much bigger the bubble for bitcoin, ethereum, and solana could get — and 3 altcoins that could transform digital payments
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A crypto chartmaster shares 3 charts that show how much bigger the bubble for bitcoin, ethereum, and solana could get — and 3 altcoins that could transform digital payments

Crypto chartmaster Forrest Przybysz shared price targets for bitcoin, ethereum, and solana as well as three altcoins to consider buying.

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MORGAN STANLEY: Investors should buy these 10 stocks now because they're uniquely protected from the rising wage pressures that will erode the profits of their rivals
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MORGAN STANLEY: Investors should buy these 10 stocks now because they're uniquely protected from the rising wage pressures that will erode the profits of their rivals

Morgan Stanley says these companies should perform well as a "structural uptrend in wages" pushes worker pay higher for several years.

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I'm a 30-year-old IT manager making $67,000. I've had one employer for 12 years, but I'm too anxious to leave.
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I'm a 30-year-old IT manager making $67,000. I've had one employer for 12 years, but I'm too anxious to leave.

I know that changing jobs is typically the most effective way to increase your salary, but I have a lot of anxiety about the idea of switching jobs.

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