Survey results on women’s voice in politics and LGBTQ discrimination in the labor market show how countries that value men over women as leaders tend to discriminate against LGBTQ folks. Continue reading Countries with less support for women in politics could also be champions in LGBTQ+ discrimination
Washington, D.C., is where graduates have the best chance to earn a higher median salary compared to any US state. Continue reading Data Shows D.C. Offers the Best Median Salary for Graduates in the US
Data shows that the 2008 global economic crisis disproportionally affected those aged 45-54, leaving many stuck without a job. Continue reading Boomers were hit the hardest during the 2008 economic crisis
Data collected from the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates a link between the rise in rates of unemployment and poverty among minority groups. Continue reading Data reveals the impact that Covid-19 had on minority groups in America
The number of new enrolments on Massachussets’ universities show the profile of current and prospective students according to a recent US census poll. Continue reading Looking into university admissions in Massachusetts
The situation for those below the poverty line in the U.S. is one of unemployment and the lack of mobility. Continue reading The situation of those below the poverty line in the U.S.
Italy is facing many demographic challenges that could impact on its long-term growth and sustainability. We review some of these data, according to a recent estimate from Eurostat. Continue reading Reasons to worry about Italy’s future