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Obsolete Jobs

Jobs that no longer exist ICE CUTTER TOWN CRIER SCISSORS-GRINDER Another obsolete textile job was the bobbin boy. These were boys who served as runners for women working looms in 18th and 19th century textile mills. They would bring empty

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Early Retirement

An increasing number of workers are obsessed with hacking their finances to maximize their chance of retiring in either their 30s or 40s, according to CNBC. The burgeoning movement calling itself FIRE (financial independence, retire early) is mostly comprised of

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Work Snack

With snacking seemingly being the new trend, it shouldn’t be any surprise that 44 percent of workers admit to having a “snack drawer” designated for their work rations. Though most workers’ snacks tend to be pre-packaged goods bought at the

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Jewel 92.5’s Trivia Question Of The Day

Question:What are the most common excuses for being late for work?    Answer: Twenty-five percent of workers are late at least once a month, according to a survey conducted by The Harris Poll. Though common excuses like traffic, oversleeping and

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