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Highest and Lowest Paying Jobs of 2018

In the United States, 40 hours of work per week is generally considered full-time employment. Though nearly 130 million Americans work full-time, they are compensated differently depending on where they ...
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The Biggest Air Travel Complaints of 2018

Global air travel has boomed from 310 million passengers carried in 1970 to 4 billion in 2017. Domestic and foreign airlines serving the United States carried a record 965 million ...
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The Highest Paid CEOs of 2018

Hundreds of CEOs earn eight-figure salaries -- at least $10 million -- each year. And many pull in even higher salaries, sometimes several times that amount. Top-performing -- and sometimes ...
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Highest Grossing Stars of 2018

Today’s Hollywood blockbusters are big business. A major production can easily cost millions of dollars and employ a cast and crew in the thousands. To ensure success, Hollywood often relies ...
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Most Underpaid Golden Globe Winners

The Golden Globes have been held since 1944 to recognize “distinguished achievements in the film industry,” according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association -- the organization behind the awards ceremony. ...
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Fast-Food Chains With the Most Closures in 2018

Fast food chain restaurants are a part of the American landscape, both literally and figuratively. Be it a fast food burger joint, a burrito takeout place, or mass-market sandwich shop, ...
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Least Streamed Hit Songs of 2018

Streaming has become the most popular form of music consumption in the United States, accounting for three-quarters of industry revenue in the first half of 2018. About 1 million new ...
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Most Streamed Hit Songs of 2018

Long gone are the days of records and CDs. Even buying music online to download is increasingly a thing of the past. More and more, today's music fans are relying ...
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Saddest Restaurant Closings of 2018

Restaurants open, restaurants close. Food service, at whatever level, from fast food chains to elegant fine-dining places, is a volatile business. Today’s Michelin-starred, can’t-get-a-table hotspot might very well be gone ...
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Funniest Athletes of All Time

Professional athletes are often seen as one-dimensional people, singularly focused on their sport. But when given the opportunity, players can display an amusing personality. Whether they star in a hilarious ...
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The Biggest Public Health Problems of 2018

From food recalls to soaring rates of depression, it has been a scary year. The year 2018 saw a number of new emerging and unprecedented health risks, such as a ...
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40 Health Resolutions Doctors Want You to Keep in 2019

The end of the year is a popular time for reflection and making plans for the year ahead. Different surveys show different numbers, but the undisputed consensus is that most ...
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The Best and Worst CEOs of 2018

In August 2018, 154 chief executives at American companies left their job -- the most of any month on record, according to management consulting firm Challenger, Gray, & Christmas. While ...
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100 Best Companies to Work For

What makes a company a great place to work? According to Glassdoor’s “2019 Best Places To Work," it is a combination of, among other things, strong management, benefits, culture, and ...
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The Most Expensive Holiday Foods

The holidays are a time for food galore and guilt-free eating. During the last six weeks of the year, diets get forsaken, cheat days become the rule, and people ...
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