GO in the Know: Workers Vent Their Frustrations & Top Financial News for May 4

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Happy Star Wars Day, everyone! If you don’t know why today is the informal celebration of all things ‘Star Wars,’ well … May the Fourth be with you. May you also enjoy this roundup of the top financial stories of the day.

The Big Lead: Employees Hate Emails

As work evolves, it seems that mundane tasks and added responsibilities are the most frustrating aspects of modern jobs, according to a new study. A UiPath survey of 2,000 American office workers found that emails are the most irritating of their daily tasks, while 77% responded that they no longer know what their job entails.

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Business Spotlight: Pfizer

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer offered a bullish outlook on the future of its COVID-19 antiviral treatment this week, even in the face of recent setbacks with the pill and uncertainty on the part of Wall Street about its impact on the company’s stock price.

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Well That’s Interesting: Secure Act 2.0’s Effect on Women

The U.S. House’s approval of Secure Act 2.0 should benefit all retirees if the bill gets signed into law, but it could give a particular lift to women, who were disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bonus: 5 Surprising Hobbies That Could Make You Money

Without getting into the weird hobbies-turned-careers like pet food tasters, professional mourners, paranormal guides or snake venom milkers — here are five potentially lucrative hobbies that you may not have considered.

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