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Braves (10-5) Win and Lose two 1-0 games in Philly - and the 2014 salaries

Two 1-0 games in the icy cold in Philadelphia.  Teheran won, Wood lost.

Here are the salaries of the 2014 roster broken down by player and position.   65 more words

How much does money matter?

By Kate Murphy

The start of the new season of the NWSL is here and still many people don’t even know that a women’s professional soccer league exists in the U.S. 602 more words

Bay Area Teams Shut Out From ESPN’s ‘Highest Paid Athlete’ List

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The latest snapshot of professional athlete pay finds Bay Area franchises being relatively frugal compared to some other major sports programs. 189 more words

Sports

Young at Work

Let’s take a look at what it’s like to be a young person, working and living in today’s society.

Did you know that due to high housing prices and unemployment rates, the percentage of young adults living at home grew a staggering 25% since 1996? 1,259 more words

Careers

Is Job Stability Hurting Your Career?

The Seven-Year Curse

Are you stalling your career by staying with the same employer? If you work in the investment banking industry and have been with the same employer for seven years or more, you may find yourself un-hirable in the eyes of other top-tier firms and recruiters. 720 more words

Career Path

6 Things You Didn't Know About What Doctors Make Off Of Medicare

In 1979 the American Medical Association sought a court injunction to keep Medicare payments to doctors under wraps. Last year, a federal judge vacated the injunction and the cockroaches started scuttling. 175 more words

Dumb Criminals

Executive Compensation: The Clown Makes A Good Argument

Executive compensation is composed of salary, bonuses, stock options, and other company benefits. Staggering figures like the CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 354:1 (in 2012) have brought executive compensation under some scrutiny in the United States. 498 more words

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