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A little show about big ideas. From the people who make Planet Money, The Indicator helps you make sense of what's happening today. It's a quick hit of insight into work, business, the economy, and everything else. Listen weekday afternoons.
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Joshua Davis

thank you

Mar 21st
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Antonio Andrade

wow, thanks for sharing that's going on at Venezuela

Mar 21st
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Aidan Gardiner

there's plenty of proof that "other variables" are responsible for the wage gap. there's little evidence that "discrimination" is responsible for the wage gap, don't just throw it out there as fact when research can't prove it. listen to the freakonomics episode: "what Uber can teach us about the gender wage gap"

Mar 9th
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Lee Greathouse

I'm a male social worker and I've always worked in a female dominated environment. It's been a frequent topic of conversation in my office, but as one of 10 men in an office of 200 people it's something I've never felt comfortable talking about and it definitely creates an uncomfortable culture for those in the minority; I'm sure it's the same for women in male dominated environments.

Mar 9th
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Cory Lutz

Forget spotify, I use castbox and google pkay. Spotify took too long to join the podcast world. Am I right?

Mar 6th
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Ryan

And this is why you hold Bitcoin.

Mar 1st
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Feb 23rd
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Jan 12th
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G Scott

the workplace ghosting thing is definitely in full effect in this job market. Seen many of my fellow coworkers do this over the past 2yrs

Dec 20th
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Abhishek Banerjee

Still not easy to switch jobs

Nov 16th
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Bill Slikkerveer

Defined Benefits plans are expensive usually because Companies would use unrealistic earnings assumptions as well as using discount rates that were high driving the Liability lower. Finally under Federal law Companies are only required to fund the "minimum" which depending on the above assumptions generally resulted in a zero or close to zero required contribution. If this is done over many years, it is almost a certainty the Plan will be underfunded. My experience in this comes as a Union Treasurer for a Union at a major airline that eventually made a trip through Bankruptcy and attempted to Terminate the Plan unsuccessfully. Other airline pensions we're not so fortunate.

Nov 10th
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Jason D'Cruz

good episode

Nov 1st
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Ben Davis

Sounds like a scripted interview to me.

Nov 1st
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Erin Maloney

Thoroughly enjoying this podcast. Want to clarify from Tears for Sears podcast that Amazon cannot get products everywhere in the US in 2 days. Living in a small city of 35,000 it takes 4-5 days for us to get Amazon packages.

Oct 25th
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Zach G

10/10 for the title alone

Oct 19th
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Abhishek Banerjee

China and trust 😂

Oct 18th
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Howard Haynes

Have you guys seen the website www.mylife.com 🤔

Oct 17th
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ProudtoDeath

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Oct 11th
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Eternity

Stop the annoying sound effects

Sep 7th
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derpin'

I lost my job to a woman. They told me they could save a lot by hiring her over keeping me. WE NEED EQUAL PROTECTION AGAINST WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE NOW!!!

Sep 4th
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Christina Coleman

derpin' against? it sounds like the pay gap actually ELIMINATED your job because they knew they could offer a woman less money for the same/better work. wage equality benefits both men & women, not to mention our children!

Nov 2nd
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