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TikTok users are starting to embrace a new trend called "quiet quitting" after two years of working through a pandemic, and it's the perfect idea for anyone who has trouble keeping a healthy work-life balance.

Basically, TikTokers are urging each other to have better boundaries at work, so you stick to your job description and don't burn yourself out by going above and beyond.

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If you're looking for a way to make tens of thousands of dollars per year while working only twice a week, then becoming a stripper might be the answer.

An Australian stripper revealed on TikTok how much money she makes in a year from dancing, and her earnings are truly stunning— especially when you factor in that she only worked about 90 days of the year.

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We all probably wouldn't mind being paid 300 times more than we usually are, but what would you do if one day your paycheck was way (way!) bigger than it was supposed to be?

Well, for one employee from Chile, that situation happened, and he seemingly disappeared with the money.

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Statistics Canada has released an interactive tool that can give you an idea of what the average income in Canada looks like based on what people were earning in 2019. The data is broken down by age, gender, and even province and gives information on the income of tax filers and their dependents.

According to the government agency, the average individual income in Canada was $51,740 for 2019. But, that number isn't consistent between men and women.

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If you've been dreaming of a bigger salary but dreading the job hunt, you might want to take a look at some of these high-paying Ontario jobs, some of which don't even require a university degree.

With salaries of $100K or more, these positions are perfect for anyone with the right experience, so it's time to fix up that resumé.

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