What are The Fastest Growing Industries for 2017 and Why?

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It’s an industry that’s expected to rise to over US$27 billion by 2019 , driven by the new trend in A-list celebrities openly advocating lip augmentation, cheek sculpting and tummy tucks.…

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2014 MBO Partners State of Independence Report Released

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million 15+ hour independent workers by 2019.  The 4th annual MBO Partners State of Independence study was released yesterday. It shows independent workers (self-employed, independent contractors, freelancers, etc.)

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The Under Educated Male

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      Even more alarming, the gap is forecast to grow with 60% of all college students being women in 2019 (up from 57% in 2011). 

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Wage Versus Education Gap

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And as we've written about before , women currently comprise about 57% of all college students and it is expected this will grow to about 60% by 2019. Their are two really interesting male/female gaps in the U.S.

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Is “Dystopic” a Word?

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of Ridley Scott’s film was a dreary, dark, dystopic nightmare set in 2019.— When in a recent post I referred to “Orwell’s dystopic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four ,” a reader from the Czech Republic asked when the adjective dystopic should be used instead of dystopian.

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More Data Showing Women Outperforming Men in College

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Currently about 57% of all college students are women and this percentage is expected to grow to 60% by 2019. The BLS recently released a report showing that the college education gap between women and men continues to widen.  According to the report, by age 25 30 percent of women and just 22 percent of men had received a bachelor’s degree. Also, about the same percentage of women (14%) and men (13%) are enrolled in college at age 25.

Chart Shows Why You Should Go To College

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 Women currently comprise about 58% of college students and this is expected to grow to 60% by 2019. I was reviewing some BLS data on wages by sex and educational achievement when I ran across this chart: A couple of things really hit me: 1. College matters when it comes to wages.