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U.S. economy adds 227,000 jobs in January, but wage growth lags/in Sightlines Financial Security, Social Engagement, Working for Pay /by admin
The first employment report since Donald Trump began his presidency showed the U.S. labor market expanding at a healthy clip, though wage growth was slower than many expected, a sign that the economy still has room to grow before almost all workers who want a job can find one.
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Why Millennials Choose To Join Corporate America Over Becoming Entrepreneurs/in Manageable Debt, Sightlines Financial Security, Working for Pay /by admin
Millennials have a reputation for ditching their nine-to-fives for entrepreneurship. But in terms of young people actually going out to start their own businesses, this perception is very different from reality.