In their search for educated workers, both employers and state workforce readiness policymakers may be overlooking a substantial source of untapped talent: the many adults in the United States who have some college but no degree.
Multigenerational living is on the rise in the U.S. and this trend offers many benefits, such as cost savings on living expenses and reducing isolation
Rightsizing is a holistic term used to describe changing one’s home to suit a particular individual or family at a particular point in time, and it can include downsizing, multigenerational living, and adding an accessory dwelling unit (ADU)
When it comes to travel, writer Janey Womeldorf knows her way around. She has worked as a tour guide in her native Bath, England, and as a travel agent in Germany. Now, as an Orlando, Fla., transplant, she's the in-house theme-park planner for her extended family. Over the last decade Womeldorf has…
Sure, the sour economy over the last four years pushed generations of families to live together under one roof and share household expenses.
It's a story that's been developing for several years now"”more and more young adults are moving back home with their parents (or never leaving in the first place). Now the U.S. Census Bureau has data.
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