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Why Inflation Is Hitting Gen Z Particularly Hard

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The biggest jump in prices in four decades is greeting Gen Z just as they're graduating from college.

Young Workers Are Telling Each Other How Much They Make To Get Pay Hikes

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A tight labor market and surging inflation mean the once-taboo subject of salary is becoming an even more common topic of discussion.

Bidding Wars Show Signs Of Cooling As Mortgage Rates Bite

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The days of home buyers getting into knock-down-drag-out bidding wars may soon be over.

Maradona's ‘Hand Of God' Jersey Breaks Babe Ruth Record With $9.3 Million Sale

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It was the most ever paid for a piece of sports memorabilia.

Goldman Sachs Scraps Free Lunch, Marking End Of Pandemic Office Perk

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Employees at the investment bank will start having to pay for their own lunches starting Monday.

Most U.S. College Grads Don't Work In The Field They Studied, Survey Finds

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Out of the college grads surveyed, nearly half live paycheck to paycheck.

Interns Are Making Over $16,000 A Month As Wall Street Talent Wars Heat Up

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The finance sector has experienced high employee turnover and dissatisfaction among junior bankers.

Sportsbooks Stand To Lose Millions If Tiger Woods Wins The Masters

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Woods is currently +4000 to win the tournament, which means risking $100 would net $4,000.

Soaring Airfares Shock Travelers After Pandemic Bargains

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The much-awaited easing of Covid cases and restrictions is coinciding with a jump in jet-fuel costs.

NYC Private School Tuition Tops $60,000 With Families Returning

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The median fee in New York City has surged almost 55% over the past decade, outpacing the national increase of 46.5%.

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