Residents of metropolitan Washington DC enjoy the highest average household income in the country. That rate is currently a little north of 85,000 dollars.
In addition, it is the only city in the top 52 largest metropolitan areas surveyed that had a consistent or modest increase in income for 2009. The only other city that held [...]
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As a result of research performed by 24/7 Wall St., there appears to be several sectors of the economy that have been so severely damaged by the economic collapse that they are in jeopardy of never recovering. If other healthier sectors are unable to absorb these losses, then real recovery efforts for the US economy [...]
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With unemployment nearing double digits, it’s hard to imagine there are jobs, ready for the taking but it’s true. Many companies are hiring, and can’t fill their slots fast enough. Here are seven jobs companies are desperate to fill, and how you can qualify.
Education: Bachelor’s degree, CPA certification
Average Annual Earnings: $61,480
Accountants are the people [...]
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