Thanks to online dating sites and social media, more and more people are casually meeting online. Has it changed the way men and women feel about dating all together? What is the dating state of mind nowadays?
Compensation is a critical component of why we work – and as the knowledge worker has evolved, so has compensation. An increase in wages isn’t the only trend in the last 40 years; company perks have become expected by employees in many industries. Perks, additional paid time off, and retention bonuses have all become commonplace […]
Loads of news websites have reported that we’ve experienced a small upswing in jobs, with unemployment falling a bit, and more than 190,000 new jobs being created in February. This is obviously very exciting , and since we are all about helping people find jobs, we thought we’d see what cities and states in the […]
The ability to watch your favorite TV show online or share popular videos from YouTube are recent trends, only introduced during the last decade. However, the growt of Internet TV and online video are skyrocketing as we become more connected and are given the ability to save money by watching TV online. 2011 signals the […]
In the third quarter of 2010, household net worth increased $1.2 trillion to $54.9 trillion. As the economy continues to look up so does household wealth, or the difference between the value of a household’s total assets and total liabilities. Consumer spending is up and corporate profits continue to exceed analyst expectations. Thanks to signs […]
Every State is number on in something, but some claims to fame are pretty surprising. This infographic shows what states are best at what – complete with an indicator of whether or not each state is forward thinking in terms of energy policy.
Helmet laws in the United States began to take shape in 1967, when there was a push to increase motorcycle helmet use. Since then, helmet laws have extended to low-power cycles and bicycles, too.