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If your commute in New York is 41.8 minutes and your hourly wage is $26, you'd earn $37 if you spent your usual round-trip commute time working.
High paying jobs, great health, and free time galore: The 13 US cities where people enjoy the most balanced lifestyles
Factors from income equality to average hours of sleep helped MagnifyMoney identify the US cities where residents live the most balanced lifestyles.
I biked to work every day while living in Berlin and I was shocked by how much easier it was than in New York
As a New Yorker living in Berlin, I can say definitively: biking in Berlin is a breeze compared to New York City.
Americans spend 9 days a year commuting to work. Here are the 25 US cities with the longest commutes.
Americans spend 20 more total minutes commuting than they did a decade ago, adding to the factors that make a city hard to work in.
I biked everywhere for 3 weeks — and it made me realize 10 critical things about my town, time management, and life itself
Relying on my bike each day made me a more social and positive person, plus it saved me time and money.
Driving to and from work every day is brutal. If there's anything that can make your car commute more entertaining, productive, and safe, it's these 12 products.
I found a reliable site to buy a bicycle online — my hesitations over quality are gone after putting my bike through its paces on the pothole-ri...
The Brooklyn Bicycle Company makes stylish, solid bikes perfect for riding around the city. The company sells its bikes in some shops, but you can also choose and purchase a model online. It will be shipped, disassembled, to a local bike shop, where they'll put it together for you.
Here are the five US cities where residents have the shortest average commutes, and the five with the longest, according to a US Census Bureau survey.
People around the world take the subway every day so INSIDER found out what it's like to travel on the metro in 16 different cities.
The average commuter usually rides in a bus, train, or car, but for some commuters around the world, swimming or zip lining to work is just as normal.