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Review: ’55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal’ is a wake-up call — and a useful guide

January 17th, 2020
Review: ’55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal’ is a wake-up call — and a useful guide

Elizabeth White grew up middle-class and well traveled. The daughter of a career Army officer, she attended public schools and went on to Oberlin College, after which she got a masters degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International … Read More  Read More

The New Face Of Rental Housing: Single-Family Built-For-Rent

January 17th, 2020
The New Face Of Rental Housing: Single-Family Built-For-Rent

Avilla Buffalo Run near Denver opened April 2019 (a built-for-rent development by NexMetro). NexMetro, 2020 Sometimes a small niche is growing so rapidly and becoming so important that it cannot be ignored. Whether you choose to abbreviate it BFR, … Read More  Read More

Boomers Exiting The Suburbs Could Help Transform Infrastructure And Land-Use Policy

January 16th, 2020
Boomers Exiting The Suburbs Could Help Transform Infrastructure And Land-Use Policy

Now that weve entered the Roaring 2020s, its an opportune time to hark back to the O.G. roaring decade. The 1920s left indelible marks on culture and industry alike, some of which remain relevant today. For instance, the notion of independent mobility came in… Read More  Read More

How ‘OK boomer’ has spurred debate among millennials and boomers

January 16th, 2020
How ‘OK boomer’ has spurred debate among millennials and boomers

How ‘OK boomer’ has spurred debate among millennials and boomersRead More  Read More

How Different Generations Spend Money

January 16th, 2020
How Different Generations Spend Money

how different generations spend money As people age, their spending and saving patterns change. Major life events like buying a home, getting married or having kids may impact not only the rate at which people save, but also how they allocate the money that … Read More  Read More

Thursday round-up

January 16th, 2020
Thursday round-up

At Subscript Law, Daniel Kohrman offers a graphic explainer for Babb v. Wilkie, which was argued yesterday and which asks whether federal employees suing under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act must prove that age discrimination was a but-for cause of … Read More  Read More

‘OK, boomer’ has made it to the Supreme Court

January 16th, 2020
‘OK, boomer’ has made it to the Supreme Court

Boomers hate being called boomers, even though that is what they are. But is saying “OK, boomer” tantamount to discrimination?  The U.S. Supreme Court was forced to tackle this question on Wednesday, when Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. raised the meme during… Read More  Read More

US chief justice asks: Is ‘OK boomer’ ageist?

January 16th, 2020
US chief justice asks: Is ‘OK boomer’ ageist?

The 64-year-old leader of the US Supreme Court posed a question that some in his generation have been asking for months: Does saying “OK boomer” count as age discrimination? If the query hadn’t been an earnest attempt to test the bounds of a lawyer’s legal … Read More  Read More

‘OK, Boomer’: Supreme Court Hears Internet Meme Case

January 16th, 2020
‘OK, Boomer’: Supreme Court Hears Internet Meme Case

Though few institutions in public life are as removed from internet meme culture as the U.S. Supreme Court, a cutting rejoinder popular in social media made an appearance during a Wednesday case about an age discrimination statute. Chief Justice John Roberts… Read More  Read More

Ken Jennings became Jeopardy!’s greatest player of all time. Now it’s time to move on.

January 16th, 2020
Ken Jennings became Jeopardy!’s greatest player of all time. Now it’s time to move on.

Ken Jennings is the greatest Jeopardy! player of all time. He has a trophy and a million-dollar check to prove it. In Tuesday nights match, the fourth in a set of prime-time Jeopardy! specials, Jennings, a 45-year-old writer from Washington state, bested Bra… Read More  Read More