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Survey: 15 Percent Of Americans Don't Use The Internet

WASHINGTON (CBSDC)– For many Americans it’s hard to conceptualize a world without the Internet, but a new survey suggests that 15 percent of American adults are still offline. 274 more words


The world has a growing (but still tiny) amount of female leaders

The number-crunchers over at Pew Research Center have calculated that, while the number of female leaders across the world has doubled since 2005, it’s still a relatively small group. 154 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Final Paper Snapshot

For my final paper, I am planning to look at the ethical impact of blurring the line between advertising and journalism. The traditional business model of journalism no longer works, but has not really been successfully replaced, especially in terms of digital. 325 more words

Northeastern Journalism

More Millennial women putting career before motherhood

After graduating from Harvard, Yi Gu pursued her career before choosing to start a family.

The New York Times chronicled her story in a July 22 article. 721 more words


More Millennials Living At Home Despite Improving Economy

WASHINGTON (CBSDC)– Despite an improving economy over the last five years, more millennials are still living under the same roof as their families, according to new… 263 more words


Revealed: MORE young adults are living with their parents, with one in three failing to move out despite wage increases and strong job market

Daily Mail

One in three young adults is still living at home with their parents, despite years of economic recovery which have seen more of them bag jobs and bigger pay packets. 204 more words


Even More Millennials Are Living At Home

Young adults aren’t doing much to buck the millennials-live-in-their-parents’-basement stereotype; even an improved job market isn’t prompting them to fly the nest.

New analysis of U.S. 289 more words