Pew Research Center
Seventy-eight percent of women who have never married say solid employment is very important to them in choosing a spouse or partner.
A new study finds social media may discourage free expression, rather than encourage it, when it comes to controversial subjects, even offline.
When workers are categorized by educational attainment, the proportion of workers with college degrees has risen.
The social media giant is celebrating ten years of friend requests from total strangers, mundane status updates and the ever-infuriating “poke.”
The number of Americans who say they’re middle class has dropped drastically in recent years.
If you opt for the feel of a book in your hands over an e-reader, you’re still in the majority, a new reports says.
Bottom line: his image has been dinged but not totaled.
You’re not imagining it: Your boss is probably happier than you are.
While only a small percentage of U.S. adults get their news from Twitter, those that do tend to be young, mobile and well-educated.
Does it seem as though members of the Gen Y population are not marrying at the rate of their predecessors? It’s not your imagination. A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center indicates that just 20% of of this generation, ages 18-34, are married.
Finding flawed material on students’ work, has reportedly prompted more teachers to teach online research skills.
New findings from the Pew Research Center indicate that women today are the primary breadwinners in 40 percent of households with children.
Still, the average teen Facebook user had 300 friends, and 7 in 10 said they are friends with their parents.
Have you ever taken “a break” from Facebook? If so, you are not alone, and in the majority according to a new survey.
A Pew report two years ago noted that 40 percent of Philadelphia parents believed they did not have enough information about the school choice options available to them.