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Diagnosing and treating patients was once an ER doctor's domain, but they are increasingly being replaced by health practitioners who can perform many of the same duties and generate much the same revenue for less than half the pay. Phil Fisk/Image Source via Getty Images hide caption

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The promise and peril of mobile home ownership

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Mike Noel at the Heritage Plantation community, June 8, 2022. Noel retired and bought a home in the mobile home park and looked forward to fishing in the ocean 20 minutes away. "I thought I was moving to paradise," he says. Eva Marie Uzcategui for NPR hide caption

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From floods to slime: Mobile home residents say landlords make millions, neglect them

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Tashrima Hossain, who used to work in Wall Street but quit to join Facebook, is part of a growing number of young people who are no longer attracted by the allure of Wall Street despite the rising salaries. She poses for a portrait at Alamo Square in San Francisco, Calif. on Wednesday, August 11, 2021. Preston Gannaway for NPR hide caption

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Wall Street Is Paying Over $100,000 To Junior Bankers. For Many, That's Not Enough

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Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, wants answers from one of the country's largest owners of single-family rental homes. A report from an advocacy group finds that the company has been filing evictions at more than four times the rate in predominantly Black counties as in mostly white counties. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Private Equity, Explained

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How Mitt Romney's Firm Transformed A Struggling Company, In 5 Steps

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How Mitt Romney's Firm Tried — And Failed — To Build A Paper Empire

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What Do Private Equity Firms Actually Do?

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A Private-Equity Boss In Four-Inch Stilettos

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