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Personal Finance Daily: Nearly 1 million job openings are complicating an already challenging holiday season for retailers and home builders are growing more confident as Americans demand more housing

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Nearly 1 million job openings are complicating an already challenging holiday season for retailers

More than 940,000 U.S.-based companies announced seasonal hiring plans, according to data from outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Read More

Americans are optimistic about their finances and ready to splurge on holiday shopping, survey finds

People expect to spend more on holiday travel, celebrations and ‘big ticket experiences,’ such as concerts or sporting events, a MassMutual survey found. Read More

Federal government backing appears set to be extended to home loans of nearly $1 million

Precise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan limits for 2022 are set to be announced Nov. 30. Read More

Home builders are growing more confident as Americans demand more housing

Despite supply-chain headaches, the outlook within the construction sector remains strong. Read More

Genesis is phasing out gas cars by 2030

After 2025, all new Genesis vehicles will have electric or hydrogen fuel-cell powertrains. Read More

How to save on Apple products on Black Friday 2021

Apple products are so popular that the company doesn’t typically post Black Friday or holiday-season sales until the last minute. Here’s what to look for. Read More

Most Twitter users are ‘talking to themselves,’ research finds

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Recycling is confusing — how to be smarter about all that takeout plastic

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Older U.S. workers are ‘unretiring’

More than 3 million Americans retired earlier than they anticipated during the pandemic — but now some are trickling back into the labor force. Read More

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