Why do gay men generally earn less than heterosexual men, and lesbian women more than heterosexual women? New research aims to find out why, and how LGBTQ+ inclusivity can be improved.
Most Ghanaian footballers have poor levels of financial literacy and financial behaviour.
New research suggests parenthood strengthens a ‘traditional’ approach to home life.
Owning a home by age 30 is increasingly a distant dream thanks to a growing generational wealth gap.
The reintroduction of the pensions triple lock means the increase in weekly payments could vastly outpace earnings growth
Savings are up, but inequality remains rife.
Some economists think it should be replaced.
Superior optimism is often given as the reason why men earn more than women.
Much of the US has been experiencing heat waves in recent weeks. An economist explains how the often record-high temperatures can affect the economy.
Earnings management is one of those genteel business terms that looks a lot less innocent the more you study it.
The government’s race report suggests ethnic minority graduates gain less from university because of poor course choices. Our findings show that’s not quite true.
What’s more, higher education holds the key to ensuring humans are equipped with the necessary skills to work alongside AI.
Traditional expectations can be a problem in relationships.
United Airlines faced a public relations nightmare when they dragged a man off a flight in 2017 – until the blame shifted back to the victim.
Students who get admitted to Connecticut’s career and technical education high schools are more likely to graduate and earn significantly more than peers who barely missed the cut.
Students who plan to get more education than is required for the career they hope to have end up earning higher salaries as a result, a new analysis shows.
Inattention is one of the most important early behavioural risk factors for a range of adverse life outcomes, including lower earnings.
First-generation college students earn substantially less than their peers whose parents went to college, new research shows.
The rise of superstar companies that dominate their industries may be partly to blame for the lack of wage growth in the US in recent years. It could also suggest a solution.
A new study explores whether how we perceive our body weight affects our prospects in the job market and at work.