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Who Works More — Men or Women? [POLL]

A woman’s work may indeed never be done.

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Walmart Website Down After Glitch Offered Super Deals

The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means there will be some great sales to be found. However, Walmart.com had some unbelievably low prices on Nov. 6. Too low, it turns out.

Thanks to what seems to be a glitch on the site, several items were being offered and snatched up by buyers at ridiculously low prices.

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New Walmart Planned for North Shreveport

Wal-Mart is planning to build a Supercenter in the north Shreveport/Blanchard area. It would be built on a 29-acre tract of land on Louisiana Highway-One between Pinehill Road and Highway 538.

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6 Careers You Can Make a Ton of Money Doing — Even If You’re an Absolute Moron

With that being said, there are some jobs that pay a serious amount of cash available to people who have probably never been described as "smart" or "able to solve simple problems" or "having the ability to read."

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10 Celebrities You Might Not Know Went Bankrupt

Where did the money that all these celebrities had at one time in their lives go? Musician, MC Hammer squandered $33 million, Gary Busey has less than $50,000 left to his name, and what happened to the $300 million that Mike Tyson had?

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How to Get Inspired at Your Job Anytime

Feeling gloomy? Maybe a little down in the dumps? Has your job completely sucked away your will to live? Here's a quick pick-me-up that should make you feel better in just under four minutes, and it's so simple

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5 Careers That Are Quickly Dying Out

Getting a solid apprenticeship or a college education is almost always a good idea for anyone traveling down the career path. The problem arises when you have to decide between several different options. While anyone with a strong skill set (blue- or white-collar) should be fairly employable, it’s just a basic fact that some vocations are more in demand these days than others. It often depends on where, and especially when, you live.

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Economy Adds 175,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Rises Slightly to 7.6%

Job growth in May beat economists' expectations, coming in at 175,000 new positions added, which aligns closely with the yearly average. The unemployment rate rose ever so slightly, from 7.5 percent to 7.6 percent, a result of more people entering the work force, according to the Labor Department.

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Top 5 Skills Recruiters Look For in a Candidate

If you’re looking for a job, you’ve probably got your résumé online and you may even be attending career fairs. Whether you have a little or a lot of experience in your industry, there are certain working skills that all recruiters—no matter what job they’re trying to fill—are looking for in a candidate.

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Employment Laws You Should Know Before Taking a Job

All employees have basic rights. We can't be chained to our desks or held as indentured servants, for example. But do we actually know enough when it comes to the federal laws that govern our workplaces? You may have rights you didn’t know you had, particularly when it comes to getting hired.

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Do You Check Work Email When You’re Out of the Office? You’re Not Alone

With the explosion of smartphones and tablets, it should come as no surprise to find out that we spend a lot of time checking our work email when we’re not even in the office.

But just how much do we do it?

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New $100 Bills Coming in October

Get ready to throw away all those ratty old Benjamins that are just laying around your house—the newly designed $100 bill will be going into circulation in October.

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