After decades of a decline, the share of stay-at-home mothers is on the rise, according to new research from Pew. And while the data shows an overwhelming 60% of Americans...
For the last 20 years, there has been a trend in the U.S. to stay in the labor force later in life, but it is complicated by age discrimination
The housing market took a hit from the harsh weather that swept across the U.S. early this year. Is it finally time for a spring awakening?
The official unemployment rate, currently at 6.6%, tells the story of some of the millions of jobless Americans. But it doesn't tell the story of military wives...
On Thursday, Brooklyn Law School announced a 15% tuition cut, according to the school’s dean. The move comes on the heels of a growing student debt crisis in this country that...
Florida will now waive out-of-state tuition fees for former soldiers, sailors and Marines. And there has been a push to do this on the federal level, too.
The number of people still out of work is not only weighing on the economy and labor market, it’s also hurting wages.
Facing Your Financial Future
The long-term unemployed, according to a new study, exert relatively little pressure on the overall economy and have a different effect on the macro economy than the short-term...
The labor market is still very weak. Yet, there is one employment indicator whose trajectory is clear: the slow but steadily rising “quit rate” that is about halfway back to...
Home & Mortgage
Over the last three years, there has been a 44% increase in institutional investments in the residential sales market, according to new research by the property data and...