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July 12, 2023

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Robots Are Taking Over Jobs, but Not at the Rate You Might Think

There's no need to panic about a pending robot takeover just yet. Only 14% of workers say they've seen their job replaced by a robot. But those who have experienced job displacement due to ...

Study Reveals Disparities in Childbearing by Race and Education Level

College-educated Black women in the United States give birth to fewer children than their white and Hispanic counterparts, according to a new study. The study examines the interplay of race, ...

High School Students With Disabilities Achieve Better Outcomes in Inclusive Academic Settings

Indiana high school students with disabilities who spent 80 percent of their educational time in general education classrooms scored higher on state reading and math assessments and were better ...

Ambitious Career Aspirations: A Balancing Act Between Success and Disappointment

Higher aspirations lead to higher achievements. At least, that is true in the context of educational and occupational aspirations, as shown by a new study. Unrealistically high aspirations as a ...

Student Debt Can Impair Your Cardiovascular Health Into Middle Age, Study Finds

Individuals with student loan debt into early middle age have a higher risk of cardiovascular illness, undermining the usual health benefits of a post-secondary education, researchers ...

Total Economic Burden of MS in United States Is More Than $85 Billion

The estimated cost of multiple sclerosis (MS) reached $85.4 billion in 2019 in the United States, according to a new report. In addition, when researchers compared people with MS to people without MS ...

Re-Enrolling and Completing a Bachelor's Degree Has Positive Effect on Annual Income

Returning to college to earn a bachelor's degree leads to both an immediate increase in annual income after graduation and an increase in annual income growth each year after graduation, ...

Study Shows Education Is Not Enough to Overcome Inequality

A recent study finds that social inequality persists, regardless of educational achievement - particularly for ...

度的幸福?正规教育Does Not Lead to Greater Job Satisfaction

There is almost no relationship between formal educational attainment and job satisfaction, according to new ...

New Research Highlights Impact of the Digital Divide

The coronavirus pandemic has drawn new attention to the digital divide, as the need for online schooling and working from home has disproportionately hurt those without computer equipment and skills. ...

差距“富人”和“无产者”扩大了the COVID Pandemic, Study Finds

A new study found women, younger individuals, those with lower levels of formal education, and people of color are being hit hardest by the COVID-19 ...


Study Reveals Precarious Employment on the Rise Long Before COVID-19

Researchers have used a new approach to measure precarious, or low-quality, employment in the United States. And, according to those findings, precarious employment has increased 9 percent between ...

Impactful Science Teaching Requires Minimum Five Hours Instruction Weekly

Middle-grades science teachers that dedicate a minimum of five hours of instructional time to science each week are more likely to implement inquiry-based teaching, a best practice among science and ...

Researchers Take a Stand on Algorithm Design for Job Centers: Landing a Job Isn't Always the Right Goal

Algorithms that assess the risk of citizens becoming unemployed are currently being tested in a number of Danish municipalities. But according to a new study, gaining employment is not the only ...

Lack of Support Prolongs Unemployment

Unemployed persons whose appointment with the responsible caseworker at the employment office is canceled unexpectedly remain unemployed for an average of twelve days ...

Job Security, Finances Strongly Related to Increased Anxiety During Pandemic

For people still employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, job insecurity and financial concern are associated with greater symptoms of depression and anxiety, according to a new ...

Affirmative Action Incentivizes High Schoolers to Perform Better, New Research Shows

Affirmative action is a contentious issue across the globe, hotly debated in countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Nigeria and Brazil, as well as in the United States. While the direct ...

Women Less Likely to Receive Pay for College Internships

The odds of women receiving pay for a college internship are 34% lower than for men, according to new ...

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