States with Highest Income Inequality 2019

Photo by Alexander Mils from Pexels   With demonstrations like Occupy Wall Street, protesters have brought visibility to the impact increasing income inequality has had on America over the course of the last 50 years. But despite all the attention given to the problem of income inequality, the problem is worsening. The Great Recession of 2008 did not Read More …

Study: Cities With The Most Senior Workers

As the retirement age continues to increase, it’s not surprising that many people are working past age 65. For some the reason may be a need to stay active and intellectually stimulated, but for many the reasons are financial. Retirement savings took a huge hit during the financial crisis and employees are still trying to Read More …

2019 Best & Worst Places to Start a Career – WalletHub

With graduation season upon us and employers planning to hire nearly 17 percent more graduates from the Class of 2019 than they did from the Class of 2018, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst Places to Start a Career. To help recent graduates launch their careers in the right Read More …

Almost 2 in 5 Americans Don’t See Value in College Degree

  A new survey of 2,245 Americans commissioned by finder.com in July 2017 and conducted by global research provider Pureprofile, found that almost 2 in 5 Americans, or 38.7%, are unsure or don’t think their college degree was worth the money. That’s an estimated 60.96 million Americans. Of these degree holders, 49.6% say they aren’t making Read More …

Why Millennials aren’t Buying Homes or Having Kids

Millennials (those born in the early 1980’s through the mid-90’s) aren’t buying homes or having kids like previous generations. This information should only be a surprise to people who haven’t been paying any attention to what’s happening in the world. Millennials are just reacting to what we’ve observed and experienced.   We graduated during a Read More …

Tips on Working and Living in an Expensive City

The cost of living in many cities is rising rapidly. Rental costs have increased to the point that many residents can no longer afford housing. However, these areas also hold more job opportunities for entry-level employees than less expensive rural or suburban areas. Therefore, it’s crucial to learn how to live on a modest salary Read More …

The Future of Work

Jobs have been evolving since the beginning of human existence, thanks to a combination of technological, social and economic changes. And they continue to evolve today. Some jobs disappear and new jobs become available. These changes can be viewed as good or bad, depending on one’s position. However, the changes currently taking place are generally Read More …