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Gig economy workers may be skewing measures for unemployment.

Gig-economy workers like Uber and Lyft drivers may be skewing low unemployment numbers

Wage growth has slowed because unemployment numbers do not account for gig economy workers, according to a Federal Reserve regional bank.
Here's how to get people to like you instantly.

21 simple social skills that will make you instantly more likable

From good posture to asking the right questions, some of these surprisingly simple social skills can really help you win people over.
You don't necessarily need a degree to get a high-paying job.

Blue-collar jobs like plumbing pay $90,000 without a college degree, and it’s driving more workers to trade school

Trade schools are touting how much more money skilled workers can make without needing a four-year college degree.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio

Why legendary hedge-fund founder Ray Dalio is choosing to explore the sea instead of space like other billionaires

Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio is more interested in ocean exploration than deep space.

Here’s everything we know about the net worth and personal finances of every 2020 Democratic presidential candidate

The net worth of 2020 candidates ranges from Rep. Eric Swalwell, who has a negative net worth, to Rep. John Delaney who was worth $93 million in 2016.
Signs you aren't as rich as you think you are.

3 signs you aren’t as rich as you think you are

Rich is a subjective term, but having a high net worth is one way to tell you're wealthy. Here are some signs you're not there yet.
No one wants to hear that they're a horrible employee.

A former Google and Apple exec shares 2 tips she uses to keep compassion front and center when firing someone

Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor," recommends approaching the conversation about letting someone go with a sense of compassion.
Here are 13 things that should never surprise a boss.

13 things that should never surprise a boss

Good managers always know when an employee secretly hates them. Here are other things employees do that should never surprise their boss.
Companies like Google and Apple don't require employees have a four-year college degree.

20 jobs you can get at companies like Apple or Google that don’t require a 4-year degree

Many technicians, specialists, and consultants at companies like Apple and Google don't have 4-year college degrees.
Dressing up could increase your productivity.

Why dressing like a CEO no matter your job level will prime you for career success

Studies show dressing up for work will increase productivity and boost others' perceptions of you. This is especially important for low-level workers.