Being poor and making poor financial decisions can often go hand-in-hand. But is that a cause or consequence of poverty? New research suggests being preoccupied with an economic situation can actually reduce brainpower. As one of the study’s co-authors explained to The Washington Post, there are misconceptions about being poor: “Past research ...
A new test for college seniors that aims to be the SAT for prospective employers is the latest blow to the monopoly long-held by colleges and universities on what it means to be well-educated. Doug Belkin and Michael Poliakoff, Alumni V.P. of Policy, join Lunch Break. Photo: AP.
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