Why are our attention spans shortening?

Why are our attention spans shortening?

Editor’s note: In this vision of the future, students discuss declining attention spans. Next week we will ask, “Some colleges use race as a factor when admitting applicants. Should colleges continue to be able to admit students based on race? Or should we oppose affirmative action on college campuses?“ Students must click here to submit … Read more

CEO of Singapore healthcare startup Homage shares top tips for success

CEO of Singapore healthcare startup Homage shares top tips for success

After spending 15 years abroad, Singaporean entrepreneur Gillian Tee decided to return home in 2016 to be closer to her family. It was what she called “the perfect storm.” Three of her close relatives lived with chronic diseases and Tee quickly discovered the “pain points” of caring for individuals who require specialized care. “Let’s say … Read more

Americans are exhausted from dealing with inflation. 6 experts offer ideas for helping them cope

Americans are exhausted from dealing with inflation. 6 experts offer ideas for helping them cope

Editor’s Note: This roundup is part of the CNN Opinion series “America’s Future Start Now,” in which people share how they have been affected by the biggest issues facing the nation and experts offer their proposed solutions. The views expressed in these commentaries are the authors’ own. Read more opinion at CNN. Reader Linda Stewart … Read more

Should you keep your adult children on your health insurance

Should you keep your adult children on your health insurance

It seems like a no-brainer decision: Keep your grown children on your health insurance plan until they turn 26 to help them save some money on medical expenses. But like most health decisions, it’s not that simple. And with open enrollment right around the corner for many Americans, now is a good time to dig … Read more

What will stop Gen Z, millennials from quitting, according to Microsoft

What will stop Gen Z, millennials from quitting, according to Microsoft

Wondering how to prevent employees from joining The Great Resignation? Higher pay and office benefits may no longer be enough. Young workers are looking for company growth and the freedom to be entrepreneurs – outside of their day jobs. This is shown in Microsoft’s latest report, which surveyed 20,000 employees from 11 countries. Organizations and … Read more

China’s ‘DINK’ generation – double income, no children – is raising economic stability

China’s ‘DINK’ generation – double income, no children – is raising economic stability

In Beijing’s Chaoyang district, 32-year-old ‘Peter’ Liu has created his vision of what an ideal millennial life in modern China should look like. He shares his 680-square-foot apartment with his girlfriend, who goes by Cecilia, and their energetic, bread-colored French bulldog named Sweet Potato. According to Liu, he makes “pretty decent” money selling insurance. With … Read more

Bodies Bodies Bodies: Horror comedy film starring Amandla Stenberg and Pete Davidson is what happens to millennials when the Wi-Fi goes off

Bodies Bodies Bodies: Horror comedy film starring Amandla Stenberg and Pete Davidson is what happens to millennials when the Wi-Fi goes off

What happens to a group of stupid, boring, rich Gen Zers/Millennials who are inside a McMansion during hurricane season when the Wi-Fi goes out? If the movie Bodies Bodies Bodies is anything to go by, they’ll probably end up killing each other – unless someone else does it first. The new horror comedy film starring … Read more

Many pandemic ‘boomerang children’ still live with mum and dad

Many pandemic ‘boomerang children’ still live with mum and dad

Why do so many young adults live with mom and dad? Overall, multi-generational living is on the rise and has been for years. The number of households with two or more adult generations has quadrupled over the past five decades, according to a Pew Research Center report based on census data from 1971 to 2021. … Read more

Where to find the best paying cities for Gen Z | Personal finance

Where to find the best paying cities for Gen Z |  Personal finance

Compared to millennials — who largely entered the workforce in the wake of the Great Recession — Gen Zers face a very different labor market and set of economic conditions. Wages are rising rapidly, and companies are struggling to find and retain workers. Together, these conditions better position Generation Z to avoid many of the … Read more

How to save $1 million for retirement on an annual salary of $70,000

How to save $1 million for retirement on an annual salary of $70,000

Consistently saving a small percentage of your salary is a simple way to ensure you are prepared for retirement. As a rule of thumb, most financial advisors suggest you save 10% to 15% of your earnings. Here’s a case study that assumes you start with no savings, plan to retire at age 65, and have … Read more