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As employers struggle to find workers, job listings paying less than $15 an hour are starting to disappear

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Jobs abound in human resources and in stocking and loading warehouses, according to the latest figures from Indeed.com See full story.

Hidden in plain sight is a U.S. Treasury yielding more than 7%

This simple investment could be the solution for your fixed-income needs in retirement See full story.

High inflation causes meat, sugar and other grocery staple prices to soar

High inflation is literally eating up the budgets of American households. Meat, chicken, dairy, eggs, sugar and coffee are among the household stapes whose prices have risen the most. See full story.

Doubting that we could be in a stock-market bubble? Here’s the chart you need to see.

Our call of the day from JonesTrading's chief strategist Michael O'Rourke says investors are ignoring history and a stock-market bubble that's bound to burst. See full story.

‘Now is not the time for happy talk’: Experts warn the pandemic is far from over and urge people to combine vaccines with face masks and other measures

A growing chorus of voices is warning that the coronavirus pandemic is far from over, and urging people everywhere to continue to adhere to public safety measures and get their vaccine shots, as many places, including parts of the U.S., are still being engulfed with waves of new cases. See full story.


Nearly 4 in 10 employers with 50 or more employees made changes to their mental health benefits during the pandemic. See full story.

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