The graying of America and a growing reluctance among young adults to purchase a car are creating a disconnect.
A UCLA report says growth just isn't strong enough to 'for the national economy to truly recover.'
Researcher Jeffrey Arnett says the period from 18 to 30 is now a new life stage on a longer path to maturity.
A new study says employee tobacco use can lead to absenteeism, lost productivity, smoking breaks and health care expenditures.
Proximity to new oil and natural gas sites is drawing interest from abroad and fueling the city's economic and population growth.
Interest in the financial sector plummets as students strive for more fulfilling gigs in health care and government.
Rising demand for cars and light trucks and lenders seeking borrowers are fueling this rebound.
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