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How do executives feel about AI?

Verbit analyzed survey data from Deloitte to see how executives are thinking about artificial intelligence.

Lessons in civics are a privilege most often enjoyed by more affluent students in US schools

Why is U.S. civic education limited? HeyTutor analyzed data from Brookings to illustrate how often schools incorporate civics in extracurriculars.

Managing your money

A guide to halal investing in Canada

Money.ca explains how halal investing helps observant Muslims save for retirement and plan for financial goals.

The creator economy is worth an estimated $250 billion. Where is that money going?

Collabstr analyzed research from Goldman Sachs and pay data from Zippia to illustrate the way money is pouring into the creator economy.

The best instant or pre-approved business credit cards

Ramp reviews what pre-approval means, how pre-approval differs from instant approval, and which business credit cards to consider for fast approval.

This state is expanding college access, but are students actually prepared to earn a degree?

Chalkbeat examines what Indiana is doing to help its students not only make it to college, but through college successfully.
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Best business credit cards with no credit check for startups
Ramp reviews the best no credit check business cards, their range of features, benefits, drawbacks and availability.
Understanding the psychology of money: A path to financial wellness
Wealth Enhancement looks at the psychology of money and explores how your thinking may be impacting your financial wellness.
While policies vary dramatically across the US, charter schools are most prevalent in these states
Study.com used data from the National Center for Education Statistics to explore the prominence of charter schools across the country.
How many Americans have a perfect 850 credit score?
Experian reports on what sets consumers with perfect FICO Scores apart from others.
How much cash can a $300,000 annuity generate for me each month?
Benzinga explains several types of annuities and how they can generate monthly income and financial security.
New homes: Which U.S. cities are adding most to housing supply?
SmartAsset ranked metro areas according to the most recent number of new construction sales and median sales prices.
Hybrid learning, AI are vital to prospective MBA students
BestColleges reports that artificial intelligence and hybrid learning are high on the list for MBA students.
Remote workers feel less engaged at work. Here's how to fix that.
WorkTango compiled data from surveys, academic research, and other sources to find ways to increase engagement among remote employees.
10 ingredients that got considerably more expensive for restaurants this year
Find Businesses 4 Sale used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to identify 10 common restaurant ingredients that continue to face high inflation.
These 10 countries send the most cars to the US
CoPilot used Census Bureau trade data to identify the countries that export the most cars to the U.S. based on the value of passenger vehicle imports.

7 Ways to Reduce Energy Bills During Summer Heat

(Family Features) With temperatures forecasted to run at least 2 degrees higher than historical averages across more than half the country, heat waves may lead to soaring air-conditioning bills this summer.

FAFSA complications impact college-related decisions for 79% of first-gen applicants

Study.com conducted a survey on FAFSA delays and how they are affecting first-generation applicants.

Kindergarten math is often too basic and that can be a problem

The Hechinger Report examines research indicating a need for more comprehensive kindergarten math instruction.

These industries are increasing their equipment investments the most

Machinery Partner used Census Bureau data to rank the 25 industries that increased their equipment spending most in 2022 compared to 2021.
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Post childbirth without paid leave, teachers leave their own children to teach others'
The 74 reports on the struggles teachers face with little to no paid leave through their school districts after giving birth.
Cybersecurity roles among most in-demand in US amid rising data breaches
Drata used BLS data to identify the top growing jobs by 2032, highlighting the reasons behind the projected demand for information security analysts.
Room scans and eye detectors: Robocops are watching your kids take online exams
The 74 reports on the use of remote proctoring tools in K-12 schools.
Forcing people back into the office is once again leading to increased carbon emissions
Grist looks at how return-to-office mandates could be getting in the way of companies' climate goals.
Just one-third of students say college is worth the cost
BestColleges surveyed college students in various programs to learn how they feel about the value of their college education.