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3 Red Flags That She’s Too Good to be True


Not only have online dating sites opened up a whole new dynamic for singles looking for company – attitudes about the viability of these sites have become more positive. The Pew Research Center recently published the following survey results: • Almost 60 percent of Americans say online dating sites are a good way to meet… Read More →

Rich got richer during recovery, report shows


A new report says the richest Americans got richer during the first two years of the economic recovery while average net worth declined for the other 93 percent of the nation’s households. The Pew Research Center report says wealth held by the richest 7 percent of households rose 28 percent from 2009 to 2011, while… Read More →

Infographic: Post-Recession Employment Trends

Post-Recession Employment Trends, Pew Research
by in Economy | Infographics | Workforce

Regarding employment trends, the sluggish recovery from the Great Recession has been better for men than for women, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. The post-recession trends are a sharp turnabout from the gender patterns that prevailed during the recession itself, when men lost more than twice… Read More →

Infographic: Who Uses Twitter?

by in Infographics | Marketing | Tech

We all know that Facebook is popular, but what about Twitter? In just one year, Twitter’s popularity has exploded. Television shows have integrated it into their programming, and businesses have discovered its a useful tool. Nearly everyone has one, but the question is, “Who uses Twitter?” Well, you’re in luck. Here are the stats and… Read More →

Where Are Americans Getting Their News?

by in Business News | Infographics | Tech

For the past ten years television has been the most popular source of news for Americans, but according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center internet is quickly gaining ground towards becoming the most popular news source in America. In fact, among 18 to 29 year olds it already is, though for those… Read More →

A New Approach To Going Green- Kansas Takes The Lead

A New Approach to Green
by in Blogs | Economy | Green

Kansas probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think of sustainability, but you’d be surprised — the Sunflower State is making immense progress in saving energy and reducing dependence on fossil fuels. This piece in The New York Times highlights the humble beginnings of the Climate and Energy Project, a small… Read More →