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Larry Krasner, Terry Gross, Jalen Hurts, Cherelle Parker, and Brittany Lynn are all part of our Philadelphia salary report
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What Philly Makes: The Great Philadelphia Salary Report of 2024

It’s been a while since we took a look at what people in Philadelphia make for a living. In fact, it’s been so long that […]

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Walnut Street Theatre President’s Salary Breaks $1 Million

Check phillymag.com each morning for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking Philly Mag reporters, please […]


Why Your Burger and Fries Cost $24 at Southwark

There are several topics that I’d like to see restaurant guests and restaurant owners discuss more. How to best cancel a reservation, for instance. Or […]

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What the Hell Is Bitcoin? A Useful Explainer for Beginners

In last month’s issue of Philly Mag, my good friend and colleague, Christy Lejeune, wrote about how the pandemic is the perfect opportunity to embrace […]

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Philly Is Seriously Lagging in Its Census Response — Which Could Be a Very Costly Problem

Remember the census? You could be forgiven for not keeping it top of mind. But the once-in-a-decade national population survey casts a very long shadow […]

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We’re All Getting Screwed by Fees, Pretty Much All the Time

There’s something perversely satisfying about learning that someone who screwed you over is, in turn, getting screwed. That was my first thought when I read […]


Well-Managed Companies Pay Employees More Equally, New Study Finds

New research published in the Harvard Business Review last week, suggests that better-managed companies—those that “implement more structured management practices”—pay their workers more equally. In […]


10 Philadelphia-Area Billionaires on the Forbes 2019 Billionaires List

Forbes just released its accounting of the world’s billionaires for 2019, and 2,153 people made the cut. The number actually represents a decline, however: The […]


Philly Employees Are Way Less Likely to Negotiate Salary

If you’re too afraid to ask for more money at work, turns out you’re not alone. A new survey from the global staffing firm Robert Half found […]


The Philly Region Is Home to a Surprising Number of Six-Figure Earners

The Philadelphia metro area ranks high nationwide for its number of six-figure earners, according to a new study from the financial technology company SmartAsset. The […]


The Ultimate Guide to Investing (and Getting Your Finances in Order) for Millennials

Investing can be a tricky business for everyone, but for young professionals, particularly millennials, investing can be especially difficult to navigate. Young professionals are just […]

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The Art Museum, Navy Yard and Penn’s Landing Are Getting Major Upgrades

This past Tuesday, roughly 69 percent of the Philadelphians who actually made it out to the polls voted “yes” on ballot question No. 2, in which […]


Salary Check: Here’s How Much You Really Should Be Earning in Philly

Staffing firm Robert Half recently released a deluge of information on salaries. That means, if you have no idea what you should earn or why […]

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Popular Gayborhood Producer Admits “Untimely Payment to Performers”

After Tabu Lounge and Bar announced recently that it was parting ways with well-known Gayborhood events producer Josh Schonewolf, speculation arose on social media that […]

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The Phillies Were the Most Profitable MLB Team in 2016

Believe it or not, the Phillies made more money than any other Major League Baseball team in 2016 despite a lousy fourth-place finish in the […]