Year two of Junior Achievement & EY survey of 13-17-year olds shows how teens’ career ambitions, educational priorities and economic outlook have significantly shifted in one year New 2018 research conducted on behalf of Junior Achievement and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) illustrates how in just one year after first being surveyed, high school age teens’ career ambitions have shifted... Read More About Research Reveals Boy’s Interest in Stem Careers Declining; Girls’ Interest Unchanged »
One-Third of College Freshmen Have Less than $1,000 in College Savings; Neither High School nor College Students are Prepared to Manage the Cost of College New Study from Junior Achievement and Citizens Bank Shows College Freshmen are Not Much More Prepared to Pay for College than their High School Peers According to a new survey conducted on behalf of Junior Achievement USA and... Read More About One-Third of College Freshmen Have Less than $1,000 in College Savings »
Graduation season is here! It’s an exciting time of tassel turning, diploma earning, and recognizing students for their accomplishments. While many are thinking about the ceremony and celebrations, if you’re a college graduate, here’s what you should be doing right now before commencement. Send out resumes On average, it takes 7.4 months of full-time job searching to secure a... Read More About 4 Simple Tips For College Graduates »
Millennials– Can Your Wallet Keep Up With Your FOMO Spending? When you think of your social news feed, can you think of a person that you follow who seems they are “living their best life” in all their posts? Now try thinking about your news feed in general. Essentially, doesn’t that seem what almost everyone is trying to portray online anymore? Social media is a great tool to stay... Read More About Millennials– Can Your Wallet Keep Up With Your FOMO Spending? »
Only Half of Teens Say Gaining Financial Independence from Parents is a Goal for the Future Financial Literacy Month Survey by Junior Achievement and AIG Delves into Teens’ Concerns about Money and Plans for the Future A new survey by Junior Achievement USA and AIG finds that only half of teens cite becoming financially independent of parents as one of their future goals. The... Read More About Financial Literacy Month Survey by Junior Achievement and AIG Delves into Teens’ Concerns about Money and Plans for the Future »
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