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Physicians earn top Medicare payments caring for Sunshine State seniors

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Written by Steve Davis

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How far does damage from opioid addiction extend?

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Written by Weston Coward

Poverty is bad for your health

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Written by Melissa Majerol

The evolution of the American worker

From farms to factories to health care.

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Written by Steve Davis

The hardest-working people in America

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Written by Zayd Derweesh

America the Beautiful: Regulations Help Newcomers “Makeup” the Cosmetology Industry

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Written by Data USA

From Steel Town to Steal Town: Real Estate Bargains in the Rust Belt

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Written by Pat O'Donnell

What do Millennials do?

A look at which occupations Millennials are gravitating to or avoiding.

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Written by Daniel Byler

Math degree equals teacher—where math majors work

A look at the occupations with the largest number of math majors.

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Written by Daniel Byler

Manufacturing Connections

Using the use tables to determine what industries buy the most from, and sell the most to, manufacturing.

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Written by Danny Bachman, Ph.D.

Keeping America on its feet

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Written by Amrita Datar and Pulkit Kapoor

Are super commuters America's super heroes?

A look at commute times around the country and the various factors impacting the length of time it takes to get to work.

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Written by Brenna Sniderman

Letting the GINI out of the bottle: Income inequality in America

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Written by Daniel Armstrong

Characteristics of Powerful Occupations

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Written by Danny Bachman, Ph.D.

Men still dominate in the highest-paying industries, in numbers and in paychecks

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Written by Dr. Patricia Buckley

The well-heeled philosophy major

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Written by Danny Bachman, Ph.D.

Are we having fun yet? Who works in the Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation industry.

Who can resist an industry where workers get to choose the colors of their jelly beans?

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Written by Danny Bachman, Ph.D.

What’s Driving Growth in Urban Planning Degrees?

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Written by Andrew Killian

Dangerous Running Mates

Obesity and diabetes rates move together and vary almost twofold across states.

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Written by Sarah Thomas