The data show that whether a person owns a credit card diverges hugely by age, income and education.
"This is a ball and chain around the ankle of millions of millennials, and it's not a choice that we made, it's the economy that we're in to get onto the job ladder."
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: The internet makes retail arbitrage profitable, the economy can't grow forever and the one company trying to beat Google at their own game.
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Legislative defeats, financial problems and a surprisingly difficult ally in the White House.
While the highest-paid occupation differs from state to state, one thing is clear: if you want to earn a lot of money, being a doctor really pays.
Step one: Actually ask for a raise, and name a specific number.
It's the world's most lucrative football league. But a civil war over all that money almost toppled it.
Streaming means it pays to keep your songs short. Our analysis shows that the biggest rappers and country stars are changing their song lengths to fit the format.
Turns out, clearing out a Target or Walmart, then reselling it all on Amazon, can make you enough money to pay off your house.
If you get nothing else from this video, please let it be that you should tip your waiter generously.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp social engineering scams have become common in the country.
Some people are lucky enough never to earn minimum wage, or to earn minimum wage only at the beginning of our careers. Others — including millions of Americans in service jobs that keep the economy going — earn minimum wage for years on end.
The right’s bid to short-circuit inequality with cheap gizmos.
Ambrosia recently completed its first clinical trial designed to assess the benefits of the procedure, but it has yet to publish the results.
I often am asked, by esteemed colleagues, friends, and readers, “What is investing my money, and how?” Here’s the explanation. Never pay anyone to tell you this same stuff, in a more boring way.
Apple's most recent proxy statement, filed earlier this month, shows the company spent $310,000 on personal security for CEO Tim Cook. But that's a fraction of other tech giants' expenditures.
After two years, Microsoft still hasn't delivered on its grand vision for LinkedIn. And it may never do so.
Adam Neumann has bought properties and leased them to his co-working startup, sparking conflict of interest concerns.
Instead of just drinking to forget your debt, you can drink and hope it'll pay down that debt.
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