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World getting 'super-aged' at scary speed

The world is graying at a break-neck pace and that's bad news for the global economy. By 2020, 13 countries will be "super-aged" -- with more than 20 percent of the population over 65 -- according to a report by Moody's Investor Service.

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'Is it safe to hire?' Business owners don't trust recovery

The economic recovery may be continuing, but small business owners aren't ready to put the rose-colored glasses back on.

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More teens are hearing 'You're hired!'

Taylor Goodjoin didn't get a new job this summer, but she was glad to still have one.

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Unemployment rate rises to 6.2%

After gangbusters jobs growth in June, hiring slowed to a less impressive pace in July.

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Middle wage jobs on the rise

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Middle-class jobs are finally coming back

Hiring in low-wage jobs like retail and fast food have been plentiful in recent years, but that's changing now. Middle-class employment is on the upswing, thanks to the strengthening economy.

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Start-ups can sometimes spur employee perks

How does this sound? On top of your regular two weeks of paid vacation plus holidays, your employer lets you take as much summer vacation as you like, and pays you for all but one-quarter of the time.

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Resume beer

Brennan Gleason

Need a job? Put your resume on your beer

A graphic designer in Canada separates himself from the pack by printing his resume on a four-pack of his own craft beer.

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Man sends cat poop to companies that rejected him

Frustrated by a string of job-seeking failures, a St. Louis man sends cat poop to the companies that rejected him.

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Alex Rodriguez, July 2013

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Don't be like A-Rod when it comes to your job

Most employees would think that they have little or nothing in common with a baseball superstar such as A-Rod, but they would be wrong.

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Office workers laughing in meeting

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Think you have free speech at work? Think again

There is no free speech in corporate America. The First Amendment protects us from government action, not the actions of private companies.

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