If robots can do menial work for less than $2 an hour, a minimum wage of $15 p/hr has no future for jobs that are on the scrap list of technology.
Author Archive: Johan Ramakers Ph.D
Financially concerned but emotionally committed, 85% of parents boomers would let their offspring move back in, threatening their retirement reserves.
Yes the occasion can be festive, but the message in a commencement speech should convey the truth.
With the rapidly increasing cost of college education, tuition needs to be a family budget part from the day the children are born.
Think twice before using retirement savings to pay for children’s college education. Weigh your options carefully before cheap credit lands you in the poor house.
Six Venomous snakes, all preferring to never have to deal with a human, yet reality is that we all occupy this planet in encroaching proximity.
From spiders to snakes and from gators to mosquitos, knowing about Florida’s summer nature hazards is a good way to prepare for warm weather pleasure.
The irony of technology in the 21st century is that it forces budgets to be constantly overhauled and re-designed.
Starting an Internet-based business or restructuring an existing business to be operable over the Internet, offers numerous opportunities in terms of diversified income plus maneuverability.
When studying empire building, it becomes rapidly clear that there is no distinct line between republic and empire. It’s more or less a natural progression.
As Wall Street deceives us into thinking that the economy is getting better, the Feds keep multiplying their financial stimulus mistakes. A catch 22 for sure
Bernanke passed the torch to Yellen and monetary policy continues to favor Wall Street as the economy is stuck in a Japan-like deleveraging process.
Capitalism is misunderstood. It is not so much a system; it’s the anti-system, it is what happens when there is no system.
Happy retirement means you have enough to money to quit working and live the lifestyle you want—and that does not mean microwave dinners in front of the TV.
Politicians will shove entitlements onto the backs of businesses resulting in those businesses using robots and software to reduce the workforce.