Saving For Retirement? Here's A Tip

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Lobsterman Genevieve Kurilec holds a lobster caught while fishing along Deer Isle, Maine. Kurilec says more women are beginning to captain their own lobster boats. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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She's No Man; She's A Lobsterman

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Sara Millan (left) thanks Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America CEO Bruce Marks after NACA was able to reduce her family's mortgage during an event in Los Angeles in September 2010. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Persuading Banks To Give Homeowners A Break

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Economists Cautiously Applaud Jobs Report

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June Brought 80,000 Jobs, 8.2 Percent Unemployment

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Americans' Net Worth Has Plummeted, Report Shows

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Srinivas Konanki and his wife own a small laboratory device company near Boston. Concerns about the economy have left them wary of hiring new employees. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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As Economic Headwinds Pick Up, Employers Lie Low

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Europe's Debt Weighs On U.S. Employers

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May Jobs Report Is Much Worse Than Expected

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What April's Jobless Rate Means For The Candidates

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Renzo Salazar maintains the yard around a foreclosed house in Miami after the bank hired him to keep the home from falling into complete dilapidation. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Hoping For Payout, Investors Become Landlords

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Trader Peter Tuchman reacts on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on March 13. That same day, the Dow Jones industrial average had its highest close since 2007. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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The Market's Finally Looking Up: Will It Last?

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Housing Stalls Election-Year Economic Growth

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Apple's store in New York City's Grand Central station employs about 315 people. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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How Many U.S. Jobs Does Apple Really Create?

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Bank Settlement Could Spur More Foreclosures

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