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Older Workers Bring Valuable Knowledge, Younger Workers Are Better at Learning New Skills

Study finds that while older workers bring more wisdom to the table, younger workers are more skilled at abstract reasoning.

Your Annual Income and What It Means to Be Wealthy in the US

A recent study finds that being part of the 1% can vary widely from state-to-state--ranging from $228,000 for Arkansas to $678,000 for Connecticut.

The 1% Will Own Half of Global Wealth by 2016, but Oxfam Has a Plan to Even Things Out

Less than a 100 people will own more wealth than 99% of the world population starting next year, and some policy experts say that isn't good news for the economy.

The State You Live in Determines What Income You Need to Make it into the 1%

A recent study finds that being part of the 1% can vary widely from state-to-state--ranging from $228,000 for Arkansas to $678,000 for Connecticut.

Workers Who Don’t Feel Appreciated Suffer from Extra Stress and Discontent with their Jobs

A new survey finds being valued at work can make a big difference in worker satisfaction, with supervisor and self-employed people having the upper hand.

Changing Your Personality at Work Can Cause Stress and Burnout

Extroverts or introverts who work in jobs that don’t cater to their natural personalities are at risk of burnout, but there are ways to stop the problem.

Most Christian Women Support Health Insurance Coverage of Contraception

A new polls finds most Catholic and Protestant women want contraception covered by health insurance--and don’t believe employers should be exempt from offering it based on religious reasons

Male Nurses Make An Average of $5,148 More Annually than Female Nurses

Recent research finds that men who work as registered nurses make higher salaries than women in the same field--a pay gap that has persisted for the past 25 years.

Women Who File For Restraining Orders Experience Decreased Earnings

New research finds that domestic abuse survivors often take a huge financial hit when filing for restraining orders--and often don’t recoup their losses later on.

Northeast Comes Out on Top in Study of Best K-12 Schools

Schools in the Northeast generally have the lowest high school dropout rates and highest college attendance, while many Western states flounder.

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