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Diane Finnerty

Director, Central Midwest HERC 
Assistant Provost for Faculty, Office of the Provost 
The University of Iowa 

e: director@centralmidwestherc.org

tel: 319.335.3991

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111 Jessup Hall
5 West Jefferson Street
Iowa City, Iowa 52242

 

 

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    College graduates should begin socking away money for retirement during their first job out of school, writes financial expert Peter Dunn. A $250 investment each month could grow to more than $1.3 million over a 45-year career, Dunn writes in this commentary. USA Today (4/20)
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    Schedule job interviews during your lunch break, at the end of the day or when you're working from home to avoid raising suspicions by your current employer, Alyse Kalish writes. Work on your applications at home and refrain from talking about your job search with colleagues. The Muse (4/19)
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    Initial claims for unemployment benefits in the US fell for the week ended April 14 to 232,000, and the unemployment rate sits at 4.1%, according to the last figures from the Labor Department. Sustained job growth remains in place as the country added 103,000 jobs in March. Reuters (4/19)
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