When tech companies move in, they often encourage a sustainability mindset, but can lead to gentrification and stable or higher emission
"In an era when there are still few women CEOs and we have yet to elect a woman president, it is important to understand how much motherhood affects the careers of women at the top and to consider how this can be changed," researcher says
Study finds women now have higher education and occupational status than men, on average, but not the salaries to go with those achievements
A new study shows the public’s understanding of scientific topics varies by socioeconomic group.
Influential policy-informing 'evidence' that children's brains are irreversibly 'sculpted' by parental care is questionable.
The decline and disappearance of stable, unionized full-time jobs with health insurance and pensions for people who lack a college degree has had profound effects on working-class Americans who now are less likely to get married, stay married and have their children within marriage than those with college degrees, a new University of Virginia and Harvard University study has found.