A growing slice of Italy’s pizza makers are not actually Italian.
Austerity begins at home
In today’s must-read links for your lunch break: the unemployment rate is down, but the trailer for the final installment of ‘The Hangover’ trilogy is up.
A new study shows that despite the plight of unemployed college graduates, a degree still holds its value. Plus, education news on plagiarism in online courses and high school dropouts.
According to a new report by the Associated Press, the grim economic outlook for young graduates isn’t improving anytime soon.
Tuesday’s links start an all-chocolate diet, prepare our Easter baskets and make music out of Jell-O.
Each week, TIME’s Kayla Webley fills you in on the goings on in the education world, everything from pre-K to higher ed.
Failure to Launch apparently isn’t just a terrible Sarah Jessica Parker movie but an actual phenomenon among young men. Thanks to the sluggish economy and high unemployment rates, more young men across the U.S. are living at home …
Welcome to NewsFeed’s weekly highlight of our vocabulary — including useful, new, hilarious and surprising words (as well as some that are just fun to roll off the old tongue).
The former Boston Celtics guard had a good job, but NBA lockout rules prevent him from re-signing with the team (or any other, for that matter). So he finds himself along with 9.1% of the American population: looking for a job.
They’re known for saying “Thank You”, “I’m Sorry”, and “Get Well Soon” on your behalf. And now Hallmark hopes you’ll buy one to say “Sorry about your layoff.”