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Best Of E3 2015: 'Horizon Zero Dawn'
The brand new IP from the makers of 'Killzone' was one of E3's best game reveals.
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Money Doesn't Buy Happiness At Work, New Study Says
Since I started writing about careers five years ago, numerous surveys on employee satisfaction have crossed my desk. When asked to rank the aspect of their jobs that they deem most important, employees routinely put compensation at the top of the list. Example: a survey of 600 employees taken by the [...] Read More >
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