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Dec 30, 2009 8:03AM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

6 ways to use tools like Twitter and LinkedIn to find a job or boost your career.

Dec 28, 2009 4:46PM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

Full-time campers converge on Kansas town to work in an Amazon 'fulfillment center.'

Dec 22, 2009 3:40PM on Smart SpendingBy Teresa Mears

Think young people know technology? They're not learning what they need for the jobs of the future.

Dec 15, 2009 4:44PM on Smart SpendingBy Teresa Mears

British think tank calculates relative worth of six professions.

Dec 9, 2009 12:38PM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

If 66% of jobs are found through networking, it's time to learn how to do it effectively.

Dec 8, 2009 11:17AM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

Provocative clothing and too many tattoos and piercings (and bad breath) can sink your chances.

Dec 7, 2009 8:42PM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

Are tweeting and facebooking at work a distraction or a productivity boost?

Nov 11, 2009 3:33PM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money producer

Retailers jump on the clunker trade-in bandwagon, but will you get top dollar?

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The best and worst states for credit conditions

CardRatings.com's annual survey of people's credit-worthiness show that residents of states that were least affected by the recession are faring the best still.

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