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Not everyone is sharing in this booming U.S. economy

Millions of families across the USA now have very difficult financial situations. A report from the Federal Reserve notes that the poorest Americans are literally getting crushed by this weight of rising inequalities. And according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the gap...

Here's Where Robots Are Replacing Workers Fastest

“There have been clear losers with increased automation—namely, younger, less-educated manufacturing workers in the Midwest and younger, minority workers in these industries in particular,” says coauthor William Rodgers, a professor of public policy at...

Here’s Where Robots Are Replacing Workers Fastest

“There have been clear losers with increased automation—namely, younger, less-educated manufacturing workers in the Midwest and younger, minority workers in these industries in particular,” says coauthor William Rodgers, a professor of public policy at Edward J....

6 Ways Our Society Is Failing Cyclists With Words Alone

New research has tested and confirmed that this unfair framing of traffic crashes has a significant effect on the public’s perception of whether the cyclist or driver is to blame. While the research focused on pedestrians, the study had all vulnerable road users,...

Op-Ed: Hey, Reporters, Stop Blaming Crashes on the Victims

A new academic paper by authors Tara Goddard, Kelcie Ralph, Calvin G. Thigpen and Evan Iacobucci says that if reporters could shift away from victim-blaming news coverage, politicians would be forced to truly address the problem of vehicle violence. A team of...

NJ may be vulnerable to the next economic downturn

New Jersey may be vulnerable to the next economic downtown, according to a new report released Tuesday by New Jersey Policy Perspective, just as it was with the Great Recession. Authored by a practicum of Rutgers University Bloustein School of Planning and Public...

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