Five Cities: Living on $50K a Year
Francesca Fontana • The Wall Street Journal
How far does the average entry-level salary go? It depends a lot on where you live.
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Your Parents’ Financial Advice Is (Kind Of) Wrong
Julia Carpenter • The Wall Street Journal
The personal-finance playbook followed by past generations doesn’t add up for many people the way it used to. It’s time for some new money rules.
Dating Apps Are Making Marriages Stronger
Peggy Drexler • The Wall Street Journal
Couples who meet online tend to communicate better and have longer, happier relationships.
The Most Promising Careers of the Next Decade
Soo Oh • The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal used wages and projected annual demand to rank more than 800 jobs.
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Explore the Full WSJ/THE 2020 College Rankings
Editors • The Wall Street Journal
Filter the rankings or create your own with the customization tool.
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Amazon Changed Search Algorithm in Ways That Boost Its Own Products
Dana Mattioli • The Wall Street Journal
The e-commerce giant overcame internal dissent from engineers and lawyers, people familiar with the move say.
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How to Keep It Professional When the Wine Starts Flowing
Lettie Teague • The Wall Street Journal
Guides to workplace etiquette rarely include advice on how to handle ordering and drinking wine in a professional setting.
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Here, WSJ’s wine columnist fills in the blanks with some practical guidelines.
Kevin Durant’s New Headspace
J.R. Moehringer • The Wall Street Journal
In a wide-ranging interview, Durant speaks candidly about his time with the Golden State Warriors (“I’m just different from the rest of the guys”), his estrangement from Oklahoma City (“Such a venomous toxic feeling when I walked into that arena”), and how he engages with fans via Instagram.
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How to Snack Smarter at Work
Eleanore Park • The Wall Street Journal
The 3 p.m. slump is real. Soar right over it with these recipes for leading-edge noshes.
Employers Try New Language to Lure Job Seekers
Chip Cutter • The Wall Street Journal
Companies revamp job postings to appeal to wider set of applicants; one startup’s pitch: ‘This role isn’t for everyone.’
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