Tammy Lilien and Peter Cheeseman are the human faces of a Statistics Canada study on labour market conditions for young people over the past 30 years.
Ms. Lilien, 29, is the new owner of a condo in downtown Toronto, she has a full-time gig at Sunnybrook Hospital and other than a $1,000 monthly mortgage payment, has no debt. Mr. Cheeseman is a 25-year-old struggling to find a job as a steelworker in Hamilton.
They want it all, and they want it now. A new Pew poll, reported by The Journal, shows young women seeming to surpass young men in ambition. About two-thirds of women between ages 18 and 34 cited a high-paying career among their top life priorities, compared with just 59% of young men, the Pew Research ...
A new report from The Guardian's Abigail Haworth quotes a shocking statistic from the Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) that 45% of Japanese women aged 16-24 "were not interested in or despised sexual contact." 25% of Japanese men feel the same way, according to the JFPA.
In what is likely the most disappointing, if not unexpected, news of the day, we find that according to a just released Pew Research study, a substantial majority, or 56% of Americans, "say the National Security Agency’s (NSA) program tracking the telephone records of millions of Americans is an acceptable way for the government to investigate terrorism." Only 41% object to having every phone conversation intercepted, investigated, analyzed, and r