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5 reasons your credit could be terrible, even if you think it’s not

Your credit score may slowly be getting worse over time without you realizing it. Here are five ways to know if you have a bad credit score, even if you think you have good credit.
There's a science behind hacking the lottery.

How to win the lottery, according to a Romanian-born mathematician who hacked the system, won 14 times, and retired on a remote tropical island

You might want to know how to win the lottery — especially as the Mega Millions jackpot reaches a record-high $868 million. Stefan Mandel, a Romanian-Australian economist, developed a formula that allowed him to win the lottery 14 times. It's a six-step process designed to hack the system.
St. Louis came in second.

These are the 25 best cities to find a job right now

The best cities in the US for finding a job in 2018 aren't where you would expect. New York City isn't on the list, but Detroit is. Topping the ranking this year were the Midwestern hubs of Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.
Is your interviewer paying full attention to what you say?

13 signs your interviewer wants to hire you

Interviews can be nerve-racking. But if you notice your interviewer doing one or more of these things, there's a good chance you'll get a job offer. Keep an eye out for certain types of body language or questions.
A neat desk can help you feel more organized and productive.

9 things you should never keep at your desk

Your desk should be organized in a way that maximizes productivity and your ability to perform tasks efficiently at work. A cluttered, messy desk can negatively impact your ability to perform your job. Here are nine things you should never keep at your desk.

Rich families are paying baby nurses up to $800 a day to work 22-hour shifts and teach their babies to sleep through the night

Wealthy families are hiring baby nurses to help care for their newborns and teach them to sleep through the night. Baby nurses work 22-hour shifts, make between $600 and $800 a day, and don't take a day off until the baby is three or four weeks old.
Baby nurses make between $600 and $800 a day.

Rich families are paying baby nurses up to $800 a day to work 22-hour shifts and teach their babies to sleep through the night

Wealthy families are hiring baby nurses to help care for their newborns and teach them to sleep through the night. Baby nurses work 22-hour shifts, make between $600 and $800 a day, and don't take a day off until the baby is three or four weeks old.
Good bosses inspire you to achieve your goals.

7 lessons I never forgot from the best bosses I ever had

A good boss shows you the ropes of your industry and guides you to reach your goals. You've likely walked away with lessons from a memorable boss that have stuck with you. Natalia Lusinski had bosses who taught her meaningful lessons and helped her get to where she is today in her career.
Can you read your boss?

12 signs your boss is impressed with you, even if it doesn’t seem like it

Signs your boss likes you aren't always super obvious. If you're worried about whether or not your manager supports you, consider these more subtle signs.
Focus on today.

There’s a fatal flaw in your 5-year plan

We often try to mold our lives by creating five-year plans or devising perfect morning routines. But, according to a variety of experts and writers, we should discard the idea that we can design our lives. Keep reading to find out why so many five-year plans are flawed by design.