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NEW YORK – Job openings are at an all-time high. There were almost 5.8 million openings in April.

That matches the high set last July, according to the Labor Department. The huge amount of openings means employers are hiring more. But, it's also a sign that employers are having trouble finding skilled workers for many jobs. That so-called "skills gap" has become a challenge for the labor market. 

Netflix has studied the way we binge watch our favorite shows. On average, people watched just over two hours a day, to finish an entire season. But shows like "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead" were devoured, with people spending even more time per day to watch.

Other shows like "House of Cards" and "Mad Men" were savored more, with viewers watching for less than two hours at a time.