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Careerbuilder has looked at its database of job postings and issued its list of the hot jobs for 2017. The jobs with the highest salary and benefits will be in financial and business administration. Other in-demand jobs will be in sales, health care fields, information technology and skilled trades.

The 2017 housing forecast projects home prices will increase three-point-nine percent next year with only a one-point-nine percent increase in existing home sales. Interest rates, which have been under four percent for most of 2016, are expected to reach four-point-five percent in the coming year.

Toyota is recalling nearly 750-thousand late model Sienna minivans. There may be a problem with the electronic sliding door. If it doesn't open when commanded, there's a possibility the door could open unexpectedly while the vehicle is moving.

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