April 16, 2015
A new report dashes stereotypes about older workers and their ability to find rewarding jobs.
 
Some upbeat news for older workers looking for a fresh start: It is easier than you think to launch a second act—if you make the right moves.
 
Most older workers who seek career changes are successful, especially if they use skills from their previous
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April 06, 2015

Bob Hughes, senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, says the expectations of Ohio’s business owners are about in line with what was found across the country by the National Federation of Independent Business.

April 04, 2015

Baltimore and the surrounding area is home to nearly 20 colleges and universities. The American Institute of Economic Research ranks Baltimore amongst the top 10 large U.S. cities to attend college. People come from all over the country and world to study here, and many of them decide to stay when they graduate.

March 23, 2015

The Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood MSA has debuted on the American Institute of Economic Research’s list of the 75 Best Cities For College Students. Killeen was ranked 19th in the category of Small Cities on the College Destinations Index.

March 20, 2015

One economist said that while companies will gladly accept a tax credit, a more significant factor for where small- and medium-size companies choose to locate is where the CEO wants to live.

The personal income tax rate is one factor a CEO would look at in deciding where to relocate, said Stephen Adams, president of the American

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