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A new report argues that tighter state budgets have triggered higher tuitions
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A growing number of Americans are joining so-called job clubs to seek professional support while they hunt for work
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Detroit and other pension plans have tried to boost returns by investing in investments critics say are risky.
A 27-year-old entrepreneur teams up with GE to solve the problem most companies face: How to keep innovating?
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We look at company that engages job seekers using a seemingly simple desktop video game
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If you needed one more reason to fear technology taking over jobs once done by humans, scratch off financial adviser.
Many adjunct professors are struggling to make ends meet, and some are leaving academia
Real Money talks to MIT's Jose Gomez-Marquez, about how ordinary toy parts can help make medical prototypes.
Meet Tony Majka, aka Tony Detroit, a photographer who documents what he sees in and around his native Detroit.
Meet 23-year old Rondell Johnson, a baggage handler who gets by earning the federal minimum wage, $7.25 per hour.
The Federal Reserve is expected to announce it will begin to taper its quantitative easing program.
Richmond, California has attracted attention by proposing to help its underwater homeowners by using eminent domain.
Veteran financial journalists Patricia Sabga, Duarte Geraldino and Stacey Tisdale will join the Real Money team.
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