Personal Finance Reporter, U.S. News & World Report
businessinsider.com — The employment market being what it is for newly minted college graduates, Willadene Zedan would stand out at Saturday's commencement at Marian University in Fond du Lac, Wis., if only for the fact that she'll begin the job of her dreams just four days later: Accompanying a local doctor on house calls to the homebound elderly.
money.usnews.com — Guess who? (iStockPhoto) "No WAY should the government issue a trillion-dollar coin. Think of the hassle just retooling all the vending machines!" "How about we keep Social Security and maybe not spend billions for NORAD to keep tracking Santa every year? #FiscalCliff" "Sand dollars are now worth only 10 percent of what they were worth in 1947.
bettermoneyhabits.com — Well, now you've learned what I think is, is, is quite possibly one of the most useful concepts in life and you might already be familiar with it. But if you're not this will, will hopefully keep you from one day, uh, filing for bankruptcy.
usnews.com — Female college students exceed government-suggested limits on weekly alcohol consumption more often than male students do, according to a new report by researchers at Harvard University. [RANKINGS: U.S. News' Best Colleges] Men and women are starting on something of an uneven playing field.
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