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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

Pssst! A Little-Known Way Job Seekers Can Hear About Hidden Jobs –Forbes

“Talent communities” are a growing trend with employers.

3 Perks Amazon Prime Could Add Soon — Business Insider?

ABAP: Always Be Amazon Priming.

How a Low-Income Household College Student Graduated Without Massive Debt – The Billfold

It’s possible.

48 Years Old and Nothing Saved For Retirement – CNN Money

Eeeeeeeeeeeee.

‘Buy gold’ searches soar 500 percent after Britain votes to leave EU — Telegraph

Good times.

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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

Americans Are Spending More Money at Restaurants Than Grocery Stores for the First Time Ever? First We Feast

What’s a “kitchen?”

 

The 25 Cities Where Your Paycheck Will Go The Furthest? Forbes

Detroit, Chicago and Atlanta all make the cut.

 

9 Household Items Where You Really Get What You Pay For? Business Insider

Let’s hear it for linens, y’all!

 

More Than Half of U.S. Workers Are Leaving Some Vacation Days Unused? WSJ

Tons of people who feel too essential to daily operations — or don’t want to return to 500 unread emails and stalled projects — are taking fewer days off.

 

Uber Is Giving Free Rides This Weekend to Prominent LGBTQ Locations Around The Country? Time

From the Stonewall Inn to Harvey Milk Plaza.

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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

The Importance of a ‘Don’t Be Boring’ Budget — The Billfold

Being on a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t live your life.

The Jobs With the Highest Pay Raises — Two Cents

These industries give the biggest salary boosts.

These airlines are about to start flying to Cuba — CNN

Viva Cuba.

How to Manage Debt While You’re Unemployed — US News and World Report?

It’s possible.

Late Bloomers: How These Self-Made Women Found Success Later In Life — Forbes?

10% of America’s richest self-made women got their starts after 40. Better late than never, y’all!

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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

Here’s How Much Money You Need to Afford Rent In Every State – Huffington Post

You’d better make over $30 an hour if you want to live in California.

Using a Credit Card to Save for College – NYTimes

Some credit cards offer cash-back rewards that can be deposited into a 529 college savings accounts, but are they a good idea for everyone?

Who Gives Money to Bernie Sanders? – LA Times?

The Times has a cool interactive map. Plug in your ZIP Code and see how much your neighborhood has contributed.

This Woman’s Salary Change Throughout Her Career Is Fascinating – Refinery29

What going from $28,000 to $85,000 looks like.

The more money an older woman has, the Better Sex She’s Having — NY Magazine

More reason to start investing now.

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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

3 Airfare Hacks for the Committed Penny-Pincher — NY Times

It’s a gamble, but booking airfare the day before – day of — your trip can cut flights costs in half.

Hotel Bookings at Donald Trump’s Hotels Are Way Down — Time?

Too bad, so sad.

Better Than a Raise: How Companies Are Giving Employees More Money — CNBC

Your financial wellness can be just as important to your boss as your health.

This Is Why Loaning Money To Your Significant Other Is Never A Good Idea — Elite Daily

As if.

Will Switzerland give every adult $2,500 a month? –CNN

Plus, it’s untaxed and unconditional. *Checks flights to Switzerland*

 

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The Week’s Best Money Reads

ICYMI: This week’s best personal finance and career posts from around the web.

Women in Elite Jobs Face Stubborn Pay Gap? WSJ

A study by the Wall Street Journal reveals that highly-educated women in white-collar jobs face the biggest pay gaps. Cool!


After going from broke to self-made millionaire, the founder of Nasty Gal learned a major way rich people think differently about money? Business Insider

Money = freedom.


I Only Spent Gift Cards For a Week? Refinery29

Putting that Panera card you got in your stocking to use.


College Enrollment Is dropping. Bad sign?? CNN Money

The drop is likely happening because the economy is improving, but that also might not be a good thing…?


The Cognitive Biases That Lead to Bad Money Decisions? Two Cents

Your brain might be leading you to make unwise financial moves.

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