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Swearing could really $%#! up your career

All that cursing you do at work could be cursing your career. A new study finds that 57 percent of employers are less likely to promote someone who swears at the office. The vast majority of the employers surveyed on behalf of CareerBuilder.com said that’s because swe …
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