Opinion | The People Who Actually Had a Pretty Great Year – The New York Times:
“With the ability to work from wherever, scores of college-educated middle class people are fleeing metropolitan congestion for calmer, more affordable pastures.”
According to the Pew Research Center, the number of adults ages 18 to 29 living with a parent has increased by 2.5 million since February — meaning that for the first time since the Great Depression, a majority of young adults are living with their parents.
Illinois governor signs law capping insulin costs at $100 per month:
“The Illinois governor has signed a new law that will cap out of pocket insulin costs at $100 for a 30-day supply.”
*Will there be enough supply at or below the mandated price cap? Let’s see how this plays out.
The economic effects of automation aren’t what you think they are – Single Lunch:
“A job is made from of a bundle of tasks. For example, O*NET defines the job of post-secondary architecture teacher as including 21 tasks like advising students, preparing course materials and conducting original research.”
*Lots of interesting content.
While many economists say student debt should be seen in a more favorable light, the rising loan bills nevertheless mean that many graduates will be paying them for a longer time.
via NYT: Grads squeezed by student loan burden – Business – U.S. business – The New York Times – msnbc.com.
What about the people that don’t graduate and have student loan debt?