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"Pay Secrecy Contributes To Pay Gaps": This Woman Has Interviewed 500 People About Their Salaries, And Her Takeaways From It Are So Important

"I realized how pay secrecy significantly contributes to pay gaps that marginalize women, minorities, workers with disabilities, and the LGBTQ+ community. I came up with the idea to ask complete strangers on the street how much they make, and Salary Transparent Street was born."

This Woman’s Boyfriend Wants To Put Her On A “Payment Plan” So She Can Pay Back What He’s Spent On Her During Their 18-Month Relationship

"My boyfriend and I have been together for 18 months and are generally happy. There’s just one issue that keeps coming up: our finances. He has expensive taste and likes for us to do things that are often way out of my budget. He recently suggested that once I graduate and am earning a full-time salary, we will need to set up a payment plan for me to eventually pay him back everything he's spent on me since we first got together."

"At Least I'm Saving Some Money": This Woman's Wishlist Project Is Turning Her Urge To Splurge Into Art

"I am taking myself through the entire journey of desiring something, researching it on Google, skimming through user reviews, finding the best deals and even picking colors, ending in adding the product to an imaginary cart. By embedding the product in my journal I get to feel that it is mine."



Millennial Managers Are Sharing Toxic Things Their Older Bosses Did That They Won't Do To Employees, And I Relate To A Lot Of These

"My biggest one is work-life balance. Whenever I have someone on my team tell me they’re taking a vacation, my first response is, ‘Awesome.’ My older boss would make rude and discouraging comments anytime someone would go on vacation, like, 'Must be nice.’ It was definitely a generational thing, and made us all feel like we were doing something wrong.”

“I Was The Textbook Definition Of A Workaholic”: People Who Went To Therapy For Work-Related Stress Are Sharing The Best Advice Their Therapist Gave Them

"I was a textbook definition of a workaholic. Showed up early, stayed late, worked during off hours. You name it. My stress was killing me. Literally. I passed out at work from the weight of being so invested in my job and the fear of being fired."

"They Doubled In Price": 34 Common Grocery Items That People Say Are Costing Them Way, Way More Than They Used To

"The other day I went to buy a pack of ramen that used to be 25 cents. I hadn’t bought any in a while and almost passed out to see it was now 45 cents. Can I still find 45 cents? Sure, but it just captures the whole problem. Prices didn’t jump; they did an Olympic pole vault."

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