Automation Could Cause America to Lose 35% of its Tax Base in the Next 20 Years

Having a stable tax base is very important for any nation’s well-being but especially important when your budget is constantly running in the red. 35% The United States is in danger of losing more than one-third of its tax base thanks to increasing automation in both manufacturing and service sectors. Self-driving vehicles, self-serve kiosks, increases in manufacturing and energy production

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Women Carry Significantly More Student Loan Debt Than Men On Average With 42% of Female Students Owing More Than $30,000

In a world where student loans are a necessity for 3 out of 4 college students, you would think the number of men and women who a significant amounts of money would be about the same. Women outnumber men slightly at 4-year schools, while there is little discernible difference between enrollment when taking graduate, doctoral, and post-doctoral numbers into account.

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Despite Owning 35% of Businesses, Women Only Receive about 2% of Total Venture Capital Funding

Women running their own business is nothing new and the percentage of all small businesses owned primarily by women has been growing significantly since the 1970s. Even in industries┬áthat aren’t considered traditionally women-oriented, gender diversity is growing among ownership. 2% It’s alarming then that women only receive about 2% of all venture capital funding, a paltry amount given that firms

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