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Everyday ethics: Should I be taking unemployment insurance?

Lee McIntyre, Boston University A lot of people are facing ethical decisions about their daily life as a result of the coronavirus. Ethicist Lee McIntyre...

5 things new graduates should do to plan their careers

Rebecca Cook, Indiana University and Eric D. Johnson, Indiana University Today’s graduates start their job search with a belief that they should enter their company...

Going back to school to deal with hard times? For-profit schools...

Molly Ott, Arizona State University and Derrick Anderson, Arizona State University During recessions or times of high unemployment, there tends to be an increase in...

Another housing crisis is coming – and bailouts and eviction freezes...

Roshanak Mehdipanah, University of Michigan and Gregory Sallabank, University of Michigan Millions of Americans are suddenly out of work as the financial and economic crisis...

For male students, technical education in high school boosts earnings after...

Shaun M. Dougherty, Vanderbilt University Job prospects for young men who only have a high school diploma are particularly bleak. They are even worse for...

US poverty statistics ignore millions of struggling Americans

Sophie Mitra, Fordham University and Debra Brucker, University of New Hampshire Who counts as poor in the U.S. today? Measuring the share of the population that...

May jobs report suggests a slowing economy – and possibly an...

Richard Grossman, Wesleyan University The latest jobs data suggests an interest rate cut may be imminent. The Labor Department reported on June 7 that U.S. nonfarm...

Getting poorer while working harder: The ‘cliff effect’

Susan R. Crandall, University of Massachusetts Boston Forty percent of all working-age Americans sometimes struggle to pay their monthly bills. There is no place in...

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Examining how primates make vowel sounds pushes timeline for speech evolution...

Thomas R. Sawallis, University of Alabama and Louis-Jean Boë, Université Grenoble Alpes Sound doesn’t fossilize. Language doesn’t either. Even when writing systems have developed, they’ve represented...