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  • Live-in au pairs and tutors helped to make this possible.

    Mo Thurman: The Sensitive Subject of Educational Reform

  • Live-in Bulk Last time I suggested that buying bulk foods at extreme wholesalers like Costco can shave dozens of dollars off your weekly grocery bill.

    Paul Greenberg: Tips for Tougher Times

  • "Live-in and visiting boyfriends are much more likely than biological fathers or married step-fathers to inflict severe physical abuse, sexual abuse and child killing."

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • Divorces aren't the only breakups with implications for pets: Live-in relationships that fall apart often prompt animal-care negotiations.

    Who gets custody of the dog is complicated, 'hotly contested'

  • Live-in domestic workers are also excluded from labor law protections with regard to overtime pay and right to organize, strike, and bargain collectively.

    Modern Slavery in America

  • Live-in aides earn $110 a day, plus room and board, while visiting aides start at $9.50 an hour and may be eligible to receive health, vacation and other benefits, says Dawn Jacobson, manager of recruitment and quality.

    Bright Spots on the Job Front

  • EVIDENCE OF POSSIBLE CONFLICT OF INTEREST: Live-in partner Mark Fletcher is one of the top advisers to major art buyers — and Meyer is one of the top sellers to them.

    Tobias Meyer: Vanity Fair

  • Live-in domestic employees are not subject to the overtime-pay requirements of the FLSA.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Live-in domestic workers are generally worse off, being more likely to have to be available for work at all hours and having inadequate resting time.

    ANC Today

  • Live-in servants used a free weekend afternoon to gather in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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