Men age 18 to 49 value their careers the most, according to a new Gallup poll. The results found that 69 percent of them said they considered advancing in their career either extremely or very important. Sixty-five percent of women in the same age range agreed. Men and women in their 50s or older however are not as similar. Thirty-seven percent of men 50 or older said advancing their careers was important to them, compared to just 24 percent of women of the same age. The survey also found that both 57 percent of college graduates and 57 percent of blue collar workers employed full or part time considered career advancement important.
It used to be that mail carriers had to just contend with dogs and weather but a rise in other work-related dangers has pushed the postal service to adopt new technology.
Lawmakers return to Washington on Tuesday with a long to-do list.
It's always awkward to defend your enemies. But that's the position U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has found itself in with Iran as it pushes for an historic accord that would end a 12-year nuclear standoff.
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