Our Parents And Grandparents Are Sharing The Struggle With Student Loans

The student loan debt crisis is not exclusive to Gen Y. A new report claims that of the student loans taken out by folks over the age of 60, 40 percent of them are in default. This will turn out to have some serious implications for not only their well-being but for Gen Y’s ability to become economically mobile in the future. Continue reading “Our Parents And Grandparents Are Sharing The Struggle With Student Loans”

This Valentine’s Day, The Story of How the “D” Creates the Oversupply

 

In light of the most romantic holiday of the year, it’s time to flop it on the table and talk about the economic implications of the D.

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Human Capital: What It Is and What It Means in the New Economy

Previously posted at GenFKD.

As we continue to explore the factors of economic mobility, acquiring a diverse chunk of human capital is arguably the most crucial factor of them all. So while we’ve all been indoctrinated to believe education stops when it’s time to “become an adult,” the truth is that we are going to have to dedicate our entire lives to learning in the knowledge economy. Get ready, fam. Continue reading “Human Capital: What It Is and What It Means in the New Economy”