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Income Study #1004887

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Chris Jansing) A University of Notre Dame study finding people who get along with their co-workers make less money than disagreeable people reviewed. [Cornell University Beth LIVINGSTON†- states the tendency to be more harsh and arrogant leads to more income for men.] [“More” magazine editor-in-chief Lesley SEYMOUR††- notes people who weren’t so nice were moving ahead.] [On the street, 2 PEOPLE – react.] [Software CEO Lars DALGAARD††- comments on having his employees sign a contract saying they will not be a jerk in the workplace.] [Johnson Publishing CEO Desiree ROGERS††- comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Jansing, Chris

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