Why 9 to 5 isn’t the only shift that can work for busy families
Having a consistent work schedule is associated with better behavior patterns in children
Education, Military Service, Marriage Among Drivers of Black Men’s Success
Since 1960, the percent of black men in the upper two thirds of the income bracket has increased from 38% to 57%.
More paid sick leave linked to increased use of preventive health care
Workers with 10 or more paid sick days were up to 85% more likely to use preventative health care services.
Kids in tough neighborhoods face joblessness, lower income as adults
Children who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods are 75% more likely to be unemployed as adults
Head Start May Offer Next-Generation Benefits, Researchers Say
The children of Head Start students were 17% more likely to attend college
Examining The Link Between Parents’ Work Hours And Childhood Obesity
Increases in parents’ workforce participation accounts for more than 10% of the rise in childhood obesity
8 things science says predict divorce
The likelihood of divorce was 30% for college graduates, compared with over 50% for those with less education
Rich or Poor, People Still Eat Fast Food
79% of people reported eating fast food once per week, regardless of income
Social skills are increasingly valuable in the jobs market
Wages for high math, high social skill jobs grew 20% more than wages for high math, low social skill jobs
What does it take to climb up the ladder?
Young people who exhibited impatience and restlessness were 55% more likely to drop out of high school
The Self-Confident City
Having a college education increases the likelihood of moving to a big city by 120%
Baby Boomers Were Job-Hopping Before It Was Cool
The average American born between 1957 and 1964 held 11.7 jobs between the ages of 18 and 48