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In a recent poll, two-thirds of adults said they would take a job with less pay if it offered shorter hours and more flexibility. Most Americans say they are satisfied with their job, but pay, schedules,
This post originally appeared on LearnVest. These days it’s easy to get mired in the generational alphabet soup. No matter what day of the week it is, it seems that a new study pops up about the woes Generation
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Los Angeles makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, whose clients include Emma Stone and January Jones, shares the cheap and cheerful products she swears by. Los Angeles makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, whose clients