The Ineffectiveness of Favoritism
If you analyze most family structures, especially ones with multiple children, there is a tendency for the “baby” of the family to be treated differently. It doesn’t always have to be the youngest in the bunch, but anyone who is treated “extra special.” Read the rest of this entry »
This entry was posted in Relationships and tagged Favoritism, Gender Equality, Income Inequality, Pay Gap, Playing Favorites in the Workplace, Playing Favorites With Kids, Sexism, Sibling Rivalry, Women Pay Scale, Women vs. Men Pay.
The U.S. Does Not Have a Monopoly on Crazy People: What We Can Learn From the 5 Happiest Countries
The U.S. may not have a monopoly on all the crazy people in the world, but as a country we’re definitely not the happiest. According to U.S.A. Today the U.S. didn’t even come close, as researchers found that the United States ranked 17th out of 34 countries. Sounds similar to our educational test scores. Read the rest of this entry »
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