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A Shortage On Starter Homes Is Keeping Many Young Americans From Owning A House

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Mat Pergens just wants "four walls and a roof that I can afford" for himself, his wife, his 6-year-old daughter and his baby on the way. But even that modest of a dream is out of reach these days. Zac Visco for NPR hide caption

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The Housing Shortage Is Significant. It's Acute For Small, Entry-Level Homes

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Standoff Between Farmers And Tractor Makers Intensifies Over Repair Issues

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A visual representation of the digital Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. The digital currency's meteoric rise has minted millionaires and energized true believers around the world. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Bitcoin: Mother Of All Bubbles, Or Revolutionary Breakthrough

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The Latest In The GameStop Wall Street Stock Battle

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Skepticism about COVID-19 vaccinations has prompted suggestions that the government should pay people to get the shots. (AP Photo/LM Otero) LM Otero/AP hide caption

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Should The Government Pay People To Get Vaccinated? Some Economists Think So

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Should People Be Compensated For Getting A COVID-19 Vaccine?

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Jaleesa Garland, a newcomer to Tulsa, Okla., after being accepted into the Tulsa Remote program. September Dawn Bottoms for NPR hide caption

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You Want To Move? Some Cities Will Pay You $10,000 To Relocate

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Some Cities In America's Heartland Offer To Pay Remote Workers For Moving There

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Belittled and unloved, corporate jargon endures, even thrives. Kaz Fantone/NPR hide caption

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Forgive Me, For I Have Sinned ... Against The English Language

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Why Corporate Jargon Never Seems To Go Away

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Two million Americans have started freelancing in the past 12 months, according to a new study from Upwork, a freelance job platform. And that has increased the proportion of the workforce that performs freelance work to 36%. Ada Yokota/Getty Images hide caption

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Jobs In The Pandemic: More Are Freelance And May Stay That Way Forever

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Freelance Economy Expands During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Golden Daka participated in many events at Morehouse College, but the pandemic prevented him from giving his commencement speech as class valedictorian. Ross Gordon hide caption

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'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

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Members Of The Class Of 2020 Face A Brutal Job Market

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