Episode: Why Every Day Isn't Payday


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Why Every Day Isn't Payday
Many people in the U.S. get paid every two weeks. The question is: Why? And does it need to be that way? Banking reporter Telis Demos looks at how the two-week pay cycle came to be and a new push to change it.

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