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Millennials Choose Work as Their Religion

A recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found a massive shift in American values:

Two decades ago, Americans of various ages overwhelmingly said that ...

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Sometimes You Have to Stoop to Conquer

Author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles one of the great untold stories of American history: the migration of more than six million black citizens who fled ...


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George Lucas First Hired Harrison Ford as a Carpenter

Star Wars creator George Lucas hired Harrison Ford, then a carpenter, to build a door in the casting offices. But the director wasn’t just impressed ...


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Garbage Men Cry When Residents Surprise Them With ‘Thank You’

Saul and Keon have never missed a day of work picking up trash in Miami Beach. They’re especially glad they were covering their route this week ...


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Tech CEO Trades Millions to Help Employees Live Fuller Lives

It seemed like Dan Price had it all. He was the CEO of a successful business with a million-dollar salary and a gorgeous home overlooking Puget Sound ...


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When the Alarm Clock Was a Person

There once was a time people were awakened, not by a cell phone or even an alarm clock, but by a “knocker-upper.” For many workers in early ...


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Princeton Artist Unveils Exhibit Honoring Campus Laborers

At Princeton University, an artist has taken it upon himself to honor a group of unsung heroes with an honor usually reserved for top-level donors, former ...


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Plimsoll, the Seaman’s Friend, Campaigned Against ‘Coffin Ships’

In the mid-1800s working as a seaman in Great Britain was a dangerous job. Shady ship owners tried to maximize profits by overloading their ships. These ...


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How Best Buy Rescued Itself from a Slow Death

The year was 2012, and everything seemed to be going wrong for Best Buy. The CEO had just resigned after admitting to an improper relationship with a ...


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A Record Number of Folks Age 85 and Older Are Working

Seventy may be the new 60, and 80 may be the new 70, but 85 is still pretty old to work in America. Yet in some ways, it is the era of the very old worker ...


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