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[From Forbes.com] It’s no surprise that most of America’s unhappiest places to work have frigid winters or sweltering summers. Unwelcomed snowstorms and dreaded heat waves can affect worker happiness, but so can income, workplace environment, co-workers and career opportunities (or lack thereof). Employees all over the country were asked to evaluate ten factors that affect […]
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[From Kiplinger.com] To put together our list of best cities for singles, we took into account income and living costs. The cities that made the final cut boast household income levels well above the Census Bureau average of $49,536. The cost-of-living score–derived from Council for Community and Economic Research data–indicates essential costs, including rent. A […]