Transferring colleges doesn’t always have to be for academic reasons...But there are a whole set of other reasons to transfer colleges, which can also prove incredibly wise.
If you really just need to start over, then transferring colleges can be an excellent way to initiate that. Maybe look into schools included in the American Institute for Economic Research’s 2013-14 list of bestRead More
The economy expanded more than expected in the fourth quarter, the Commerce Department said Thursday, with exports and consumer spending offsetting government cuts and weaker homebuilding.
"For the markets, it's good news," said Carisa Weinberg, an economist at the American Institute for Economic Research. "It certainly has people feeling much better than they did after the thirdRead More
Jobless figures in the United States dropped to a five-year low last month at 6.7 per cent, from 7 per cent in November. But while this usually indicates a strengthening economy, some economists say the fall could be due to a combination of other factors.
“Certainly, there are all the signals for an improving economy – GDP (gross domestic product) growing, retail sales increasing – butRead More
Thom here. Recently we sat down with Stephen Adams, President of the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), a leading provider of independent economic research. AIER provides education to consumers and entrepreneurs, as well as forecasting on the overall economic health of the country. Not only am I impressed with what they offer, but they’reRead More
This is the first year that the Women’s Economic Round Table has given its award for the best essay written by a current or former participant in Columbia University’s year-long Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism. The program announced today that Deadline Executive Editor David Lieberman won for his contribution, which called for news organizations and supportingRead More