short read | Apr 12, 2022

10 facts about today’s college graduates

College graduates generally out-earn those who have not attended college, yet many say they can’t afford to get a four-year degree – or that they just don’t want to.

report | Feb 15, 2022

Americans’ Trust in Scientists, Other Groups Declines

Trust in scientists and medical scientists has fallen below pre-pandemic levels, with 29% of U.S. adults saying they have a great deal of confidence in medical scientists to act in the best interests of the public. This is down from 40% in November 2020 and 35% in January 2019, before COVID-19 emerged. Other prominent groups – including the military, police officers and public school principals – have also seen their ratings decline.

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