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College enrollment for recent high school graduates has dropped, and some people are challenging the notion that college is the best route for the majority of students. This article examines whether college is still a good investment.
The 2023 Women in Economics Symposium focused on building mentor relationships and learning from others throughout one’s entire career journey.
In this article, we move beyond just pay and introduce several tangible and intangible benefits to consider when selecting a job.
With record-level credit card debt in the headlines, this December 2023 issue of Focus on Finance addresses credit card history, statistics, and usage, as well as reasons for the increase in credit card debt.
Bonds. Just bonds. This November 2023 issue of Page One Economics helps learners navigate the world of purchasing, holding, and selling bonds.
Discuss the challenges and lessons learned shared by black female entrepreneurs through these videos accompanied by multiple-choice and open-ended questions.
This first lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum uses the art of Jacob Lawrence to teach the history and economics behind the early years of the Great Migration.
The second lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum teaches about the Harlem Renaissance, of which Jacob Lawrence was a part, as well as the economic and societal challenges Harlem faced over the years.
This last lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum studies the practice of redlining, whose impacts on neighborhoods are still felt today over 50 years after its abolishment.
View recordings of the 2022 Women in Economics Symposium.