Bloomberg Business week: Child Labor Is Still Prevalent Around the World. Here’s How to Eliminate It
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Bloomberg Business week: Child Labor Is Still Prevalent Around the World. Here’s How to Eliminate It

This article depicts that passing laws banning child labor may not be the most effective way to combat child labor. They state that providing incentives to send children to school is more effective. The complex economics of family finances show why simply passing laws against child labor can backfire. The impact of India’s 1986 landmark legislation … Continue reading

The Philadelphia Tribune: Good News for Children When Congress Works Together
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The Philadelphia Tribune: Good News for Children When Congress Works Together

Congress passed a new law intended to improve the foster care process and prevent foster children from sex trafficking. The new law encourages more opportunities for youth in foster care to lead “normal” lives by making it easier for their foster parents to allow them to participate in age- or developmentally-appropriate extracurricular and enrichment activities … Continue reading

PARALLAXploration
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PARALLAXploration

Parallax, an advertising agency headquartered in California, is offering each of its employees $1,500 to travel anywhere in the world and find inspiration. Their goal is to provide their staff with invigorating experiences that will help them perform better at work once they return from their trips. To read about the employees’ experiences, click here. Continue reading

NPR: For More Millennials, It’s Kids First, Marriage Maybe
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NPR: For More Millennials, It’s Kids First, Marriage Maybe

The view on kids and marriage is changing for the Millennials. They are having kids before marriage and only marrying once they are financially secure. This is problematic because unwed couples are far more likely to separate before their kid is five years old than their married counterpart Decades ago, an “oops” pregnancy might have meant … Continue reading