Tag: Economics

How Much Work Is Too Much Work?

Working a full work week may be detrimental to your brain if you’re over 40, a new study finds. The ideal number of working hours...

Solar Energy Has A Bright Future

The fortunes of nations depend on the energy sources they use to fuel their economic life. For example, coal power was instrumental to the...

How Weed Could Save This Small Town

Trinidad, Colorado: The city where Bat Masterson was marshal, Doc Holliday practiced dentistry—and owned a brothel—and Jesse James’ gang ran around, is now a...

7 Home Businesses That You Can Start In 2016

Working a 9-to-5 job in an office is the career choice of most Americans. But what if you’re the kind of person who doesn’t...

Part-Time Drivers Sue For Millions In Lost Income

Whether a worker is technically classified as an employee or contractor makes a huge difference — both to the worker and the company that...

5 Changes That Ensure Social Security Survives

Everyone agrees that social security is broken. The ratio of current workers paying into the system to retiring workers expecting benefits is leaving a...

Ten Life Lessons From Monopoly

When was the last time you had the chance to sit around and play an engaging game of Monopoly? If it’s been a while,...

Weedonomics: The Impact Of Legal Marijuana Is Huge And Growing

Marijuana enthusiasts have been cautiously excited about the pace of legalization, but they’re not the only Americans poised to benefit from new policies. According...

Jobs Are Back, Yet Millions Still On Food Stamps. Why

The employment rate may have dropped to an eight-year low — 4.9 percent in January 2016 — but the number of food stamp recipients...

Trump Has A Point About US Decline

Trying to pinpoint and neatly label Donald Trump’s policy prescriptions is a daunting task. Depending on who asks and when, he is ardently opposed...
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