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Ten percent of millennials don’t tip at all when dining out compared with only three percent among the older generations, according to a study released Monday by CreditCards.com, an online credit card marketplace.
When it comes to tipping, millennials are cheapest
U.S. millennials are quick to whip out their wallets for pricey avocado toast and craft beer. But when it comes to rewarding the waiters and bartenders who serve them, those wallets often stay closed.
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Colton Channon, 20, works a few hours daily at Dee Zee Manufacturing, a car-part factory outside Des Moines, Iowa. Channon, who has an intellectual disability, received special training from the firm, which has struggled to find workers.
Americans with disabilities find new leverage in a tight job market
New dog owners can expect to shell out $1,200 to $2,000 in the first year, and as much as $14,500 over their pup’s lifetime, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. And that’s just for routine costs.
Thinking of getting a dog? Here's what it costs (and how you can save)
If you see senior colleagues handling basic manual or administrative tasks, don’t wait to be asked — offer to take them off their hands. If something’s below your skill level, it’s almost certainly below theirs.
Self-motivation tips for the office newbie
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The Supreme Court's ruling that police must obtain a search warrant to access an individual's cellphone location information is:

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