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Nearly Half of Workers Say Bosses Have Taken Credit for Their Work

Majority say managers don’t help them advance their careers

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Finances Are Bigger Source of Stress Than Politics

Money woes trump politics, work and family concerns

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‘Glamping’ Interest Fueled by Young Travelers

Luxurious camping can provide unique outdoor experience

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Student Confusion About Majors Leads to Higher College Costs

Just 49% confident of career path during enrollment

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Natural Disasters a Growing Concern for Consumers, Utility Executives

Survey also looks at whether groups feel they’re prepared if one were to strike

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Medical Billing Problems Plague Consumers

One-third of consumers have had a medical bill go to collections

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Focus on Credit Score Paying Off for Millennials

More than 8 in 10 have checked number in past 3 months; generation sees FICO Score boost

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Teen Spending at Lowest Level Since 2011

Food, clothing take up most of teen budgets

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Half of Consumers Irritated By Early Holiday Promotions

Retailer holiday promotions incite upcoming gift-buying stress

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Post-Work Activities May Impact Job Satisfaction

Those who volunteer or log off the Internet after work are more likely to be happy with their jobs

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Consumers Underestimate Medical Expenses, Home Improvements

Perceptions are often thousands of dollars less than reality