You can probably guess that environmentalists and yoga instructors are more likely to be Democrats — and oil workers to be Republicans. But what about flight attendants, talk show hosts, and neurosurgeons? Verdant Labs, which makes a baby names app, recently published an extensive chart on the average political affiliations of various professions. To create […]
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"Great teachers focus not on compliance, but on connections and relationships." - PJ Caposey #education #quotes #ydem
New research suggests there is a sweet spot for forming a happy marriage. Nicholas H. Wolfinger, a sociologist at the University of Utah, analyzed data from the National Survey of Family Growth. He found that the risk of divorces declines steadily from your teens into your late 20s, but in the early 30s it starts […]
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The best age to get married if you don’t want to get divorced - The Washington Post
When (not) to Get Married Age at first marriage and divorce risk as of 2006-2010. Shaded areas represent confidence intervals. Source: Nicholas H. Wolfinger analysis of National Survey of Family Growth Data
DC Comics's Wonder Woman Endorses Marriage Equality - The Atlantic
As tragedies shock Europe, a bigger refugee crisis looms in the Middle East - The Washington Post
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In the 20th century, people moved to western Spain and East Germany. In the 21st century, they're mostly moving out.
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L'évolution de la population européenne de 1870 à l'an 2000
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