Wall Street salaries are the highest they’ve been since the financial crisis

The average salary for employees on Wall Street was $422,500 last year, which is the highest average since 2008.

Do you have a bullshit job? Anthropologist David Graeber explains the rise of pointless work

In polls, 40% of workers say the world be the exactly same or even better if they stopped showing up to work. 'Bullshit Jobs' author David Graeber explains why the grind so often feels meaningless.
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OWS S17 Anniversary: One Year Later, and Occupy Wall Street is Still a Failure

Occupy Wall Street celebrates one year of failure on September 17. Every year it will celebrate its failure unless a change in philosophy takes place.
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Occupy Wall Street S17: As Black Monday Protest Celebrates One Year Anniversary, Movement Must Grow Up

Happy Occu-versary! September 17th signals the one-year anniversary of the Robin Hood-esque movement fighting corporate corruption, big business, and the 1% of those holding 99% of the wealth.
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Occupy Wall Street Anniversary: One Year Later, the Movement Has Failed, With Only Itself to Blame

Protesting in the streets rather than working through the political process has made the movement irrelevant.
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Occupy Wall Street is Still Alive and Kicking: 3 Reasons Why Occupy Has Not Disappeared

What explains the failure of Occupy Spring? Why don't we seem to hear about the Occupy movement anymore?

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May Day 2012: The Rebirth of Occupy Wall Street

History attempts to repeat itself on May 1, as Occupy Wall Street and supporters around the world gather to protest the abuse of power and wealth, on the historically significant May Day.
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Occupy Wall Street Retakes Zuccotti Park, Kicks Off 2012 Protests

Occupy Wall Street is back, baby!
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Why the Occupy Wall Street Movement Will Soon Be Forgotten

Without a concerted effort to change from mere advocates into legitimate policy makers, the vaunted Occupy protests are destined to fade into obscurity.
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Ron Paul, Occupy Wall Street, and Anonymous Show Unique Activist Strategies to Influence the Political System

Ron Paul, Occupy Wall Streeters, and Anonymous hactavists all support a transfer of information and freedom to the citizens using extreme, unconventional and in some cases, illegal measures.
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Is Occupy Wall Street Influencing the 2012 Election on Economic Issues?

OWS speaks to the American people, and the GOP presidential candidates and President Obama are finally learning to speak the same language.

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Occupy Congress Addresses Corporate Greed on Capitol Hill

Occupy Congress gives the protesters a clearly defined target and purpose.
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After a Headline Year, Occupy Wall Street Will Leave Its Mark On 2012

After a 2011 filled with OWS headlines, the movement will have a significant impact on politics in 2012.
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The Next Steps for Occupy Wall Street

As Occupy Wall Street contemplates its next move, here are some suggestions for tactics, goals, and presentation.
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Occupy Wall Street’s Leaderless, Socialist Agenda

Occupy Wall Street claims to be a "leaderless" movement, but the facts reveal a socialist agenda promoted by Adbusters.
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The Trivialization of Occupy Wall Street

Now that the once bustling camp is all but deserted, what will happen to the OWS movement?

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Occupy the Hood: Why OWS Needs to Focus on Communities Like Harlem

In order to maintain momentum, OWS must reach out to the bottom half of the 99%.
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Stop Occupying Wall Street, and Start Doing The Real Work

OWS participants need to spend less time with mass demonstrations and more time working within the U.S. political system by copying the tactics of formal political organizations.
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Occupy Movement Shines Light on Systematic Police Brutality

The UC Davis tear gassing incident is just the latest incident in a long U.S. history of police brutality, discrimination, and overt harassment of protesters.
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What Have the Politicians in Washington Given Us?

The Occupy movement would be better served if they aimed their criticism at the true authors of this country’s problems: the politicians in Washington.
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Dear Protesters: End Occupy Wall Street Now

OWS does not represent the 99%. Protesters should turn to the political process and present real solutions to our politicians in Washington.

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OWS' Eviction Doesn't Matter, Their Incoherence Does

If OWS fails, it will be because they lack an achievable plan, not because they were evacuated from their protest grounds.
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Video: Occupy Wall Street's N17 Day of Protest

OWS looks to shut down the New York Stock Exchange as police arrest protesters.
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Occupy Movement Will Survive Without Zuccotti Park

Occupy Wall Street protesters will prevail despite losing their encampments.
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For a Tourist, Zuccotti Park is a Circus

Hippies, provocateurs, corporate marketing: Occupy Wall Street needs to be more protective of its brand and keep negative outside influences away from Zuccotti Park.
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OWS Brews Perfect Storm For 2012 Democratic Comeback

A new WSJ/NBC poll found that over three-quarter of Americans echo the Occupy movement's sentiment of income inequality. This could present an opportunity for Democrats in 2012.

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Occupy Wall Street Deals With Protester, Police Violence

The national OWS movement has had to deal with increased violence from police, as well as with their own camps.
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#Occupy Hits The Highway: Protestors on the Move to D.C.

OWS goes on a road trip in an effort to push the Super Committee to incorporate the demands of the OWS movement as they vote on a plan for deficit reduction.
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Occupy Wall Street: Lessons from South African Civil Society

Occupy Wall Street could learn some lessons from social mobilization in South Africa.
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Occupy Halloween: The Occupy Super Heroes Fight Evil on Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street staged a play featuring "Occupy super heroes" like Unemployed Man and Captain Generica in lower Manhattan on Halloween. Watch Occupy Halloween videos here.