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Women’s labor force participation in India has decreased from 33 percent in 2005 to 24 percent in 2019.
Residents recently described challenges with transportation and food insecurity to a team of Urban researchers.
Young adults are more likely to have past-due medical debt and more medical debt in collections.
Some argue that child poverty in the US is on par with other high-income countries and that our safety net is working as it should.
Under Senator Booker’s bill, every American newborn would receive an initial endowment of $1,000.
Community colleges and their students have a shared interest in accelerated learning.
Scarce and more expensive labor is a key contributor to the high cost of housing construction.
Regulators, banks, and community advocates all agree that the Community Reinvestment Act could better support low-income communities.
To connect more students to employment, college administrators need to act quickly and creatively.
If parks aren’t designed with residents in mind, they can go underutilized, or the opposite—price long-time residents out of the neighborhood.

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