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It Pays to Have an Eye for Emotions

Talking with parents about their health and finances can be successful if done with care and compassion. (George Doyle/Photos.com)
Talking with parents about their health and finances can be successful if done with care and compassion. (George Doyle/Photos.com)

Researchers from the University of Bonn found that people who are good at recognizing the emotions of others earn more money in their jobs Attending...




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