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Senior Citizens Face Mental and Financial Stress, Especially Women
Discover what our survey of Seniorly users revealed about gender and aging in America in the early months of 2021: a gender gap in stress and connectedness.
Places with Most (and Least) Traffic Fatalities in America
An analysis of traffic death by state, drunk driving, and who buckles their seatbelt.
Pay, Tenure & Responsibility: Quantifying Why Employees Leave Companies
If you only pay someone the current federal minimum wage, there is a 70% chance they will leave within a year.
The Places in America with the Highest (and Lowest) STD Rates
Analyzing the places with the highest rates of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV and Syphilis.
The Places in America Where Diabetes Rates Are Increasing the Fastest
Diabetes is on its way to an epidemic in the American South.
How Secure is Your Smart Home Network?
Which of your smart devices are most likely to get hacked and which countries have the most and least secure networks?
What Are Senior Citizens’ Biggest Financial Regrets From Their Twenties?
The biggest financial regret seniors have when looking back at their lives? Not saving money.
The Amazon Fire Stick Juggernaut
Alexa gets all the buzz, but the Amazon Fire Stick TV is taking over the world.
Ranking the Most Popular Writers & Media Sites on the Internet
Which writers and media sites are most popular on the Internet?
Should You be Jealous of Your Dog’s Health Insurance?
In America, pet health insurance is infinitely simpler and easy-to-use than our human health care system.
Could Rising Insurance Premiums Eradicate Unlawful Police Conduct?
How insurance companies can reform American policing.
The Rise and Fall of the 1-900 Number
For a few glorious years, 1-900 numbers gave us a taste of the Internet to come—and made a lot of people rich.
The Priceonomics Conference: Announcing Speakers from Andreessen Horowitz, Slack, Thumbtack & More
Join speakers from Andreessen Horowitz, Thumbtack, Medium, Slack, REDEF, Digg and more at Priceonomics Content Conference.
The Spectrum Auction: How Economists Saved the Day
The airwaves are worth billions, but it took three academics to figure out how to sell them.
The Campaign to Make You Eat Kimchi
Call it gastro-diplomacy: Your latest food trend obsession may be the result of a government effort to capture the hearts and minds of foreigners through their stomachs.