PRODUCER'S NOTE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29TH | Minnesota Public Radio News


9 am Bad bosses

Career advice guru Amy Lindgren joins us in studio to talk about what to do when your boss takes you for granted, or even worse, treats your poorly.


Amy Lindgren is the president and founder of Prototypew Career Services

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945 am Your Money

The Affordable Care Act has made it easier for self-employed Americans to get health insurance without working for a big company. But financial writer Jonathan Clements cautions there are many other hidden costs lurking for people who work for themselves. He talks with MPR News host Kerri Miller about what costs to expect when striking out on your own.



Jonathan Clements is a financial writer and author of the “Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2016”.

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10 am Growing Cities

New census data for 2015 shows sun-belt cities experiencing the fastest growth in the country, while northern cities like Minneapolis growing more slowly or even declining in population. What do fast-growing cities have going for them that others don’t? What can Midwestern cities learn from their southern counterparts? MPR News host Kerri Miller talks with two experts in urban growth - one in Minnesota and one in Texas, which has more fast-growing cities than any other state.


Kyle Shelton, program manager at the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University in Houston

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Ryan Allen, Associate Professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota

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1050 Screentime

Kerri and Steph talk 'Spotlight'


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