When I consider about the American way of thinking about things - maybe even everything- it appears to me to boil down to three interlocking elements. Individualism. Competition. And materialism (not
About 66% of Millennials have absolutely nothing saved for retirement. Four of them tell CNN why.
As the staggering national student loan debt tally sits at an all-time high of $1.33 trillion, according to the Department of Education, many millennials say...
The government has turned students into customers who have no respect for academics and refuse to work for their grades
As university becomes more expensive, it seems more students are seeking other ways to pay for their education.
I co-teach a freshman seminar at the University of Texas called "Debt: the Good, Bad and Ugly" that examines the different ways consumers borrow and spend. Do they reflect wise investments in the future
I refused to waste my life to pay back a pointless and overbearing debt.
How the "sharing economy" allows Millennials to cope with downward mobility, and also makes them poorer.
Millennials are rejecting home ownership across the land. Millennials aren't buying crap anymore, destroying businesses that, well, sell crap. Millennials are changing the workplace to be, I kid you not, more friendly to "millennial values." Millennials this, millennials that, and those are just so
June is homeownership month, but the housing industry has little to celebrate this year as surveys show fewer Americans can afford a place of their own.
The US system of higher education, while lauded as a model to be emulated by the Australian government, is facing harsh criticism on home soil. With up to US$1 trillion in student debt owed to the government
Van Jones says the student debt fight is back -- with a vengeance.
Austerity has failed in Europe, where the European Union just racked up 18 months of negative growth with no end in sight. It is failing in the United St...