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Costumes That Could Haunt Your Career

An office Halloween party is a great time to let loose. But a poorly planned costume could backfire horribly in front of your boss and colleagues.

How to Score Money (and Candy) on Halloween

With $7.4 billion projected spending in the U.S. this year, getting a part-time job to capitalize on the commercial and costly aspects of Halloween might not be a bad idea. Amazon Hires 80K Seasonal Holiday Workers Haunted Houses Across New England for 2014

What Makes Working From Home Work?

Around 3.3 million people consider their homes their primary workplace, even if their employers have corporate offices. How to make money on the side Compare money market and savings account rates Savings account tips for every generation

Massachusetts Schools Strive to Increase Access to Coding Courses

The booming technology industry spurs local officials and educators to re-evaluate computer science education in Massachusetts. Should All Kids Learn to Code? Google Launches Program to Get Girls to Code Few Surprised: Science Skills Prevail in Boston

Paid Sick Leave Could Destroy the Restaurant Industry! Oh Wait, That’s Wrong—It Totally Won’t

Opponents of paid sick leave paint a picture of economic catastrophe, but, says Luke O’Neil, if businesses can’t treat workers fairly, maybe they shouldn’t be in business at all. The 2014 Massachusetts Ballot Questions Explained in Plain English Big Business Is Spending Like Crazy on the Ballot Questions. Does It Matter?

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