Cash is king, but in Puerto Rico, much of which is still without power, it has become the queen, jester, and pauper as well.
Puerto Rican students are expected to have to continue their education on the mainland, because their schools can’t be used after Hurricane Maria.
Want to buy a cheap car? Recent hurricanes have brought many cars to market, and they could be sold hundreds of miles away.
There’s been a hint of bipartisanship in Washington lately, but will it affect international agreements? The wall? Immigration?
The federal gov’t appears to be removing some of the protections students have against predatory lending by for-profit colleges.
A sort of revolving door is developing within the White House, as the president’s chief of staff was abruptly pushed away. Not good for business.
In terms of career-readiness, the government can play a role. Let’s start with building manufacturing capacity and talent in the US, if we can.
The Great Recession brought poverty to many families that were not living in poverty prior to 2008, a new study has shown.
A new study out of IL suggests that online ads that targets users based on a profile may be backfiring, esp with college students.
In looking for a job, more research is starting to confirm that those happiest in their jobs are those with autonomy.