by Eric Goldschein, GenFKD Entrepreneurship is risky. Not many new businesses survive past the first few years, and the entrepreneurs themselves sacrifice things like steady paychecks, personal capital and their mental health while trying to succeed.
by Caroline Beaton, GenFKD Millennial career expectations continue to seem out of step with employment norms. Of the million millennial respondents in Gallup’s 2016 work engagement survey, 70% are disengaged at work. Another survey of a
by David Grasso, GenFKD The worlds of sports and politics collide in the debate over the validity of publicly funded sports stadiums. People often draw parallels between sports and politics, because of their obvious similarities. Once in
by David Grasso, GenFKD The news is in: utility lobby fails in Florida, and it’s a welcomed development for the pro-solar crowd. Constitutional amendments in Florida require 60 percent of the vote, and in this case,
by Amée LaTour, GenFKD There’s nothing more lucrative than American politics, just look at the total 2016 election spending. The Center for Responsive Politics projects that it’ll top off right around $2.65 billion. It’s a huge
by David Grasso, GenFKD When people envision our age group, they largely picture that we, the young and hip millennials, prefer cities much more than suburbs. After all, many of us came of age during the
by David Grasso, GenFKD November 1 has become an important date for American adults, as it marks the beginning of 2017 Obamacare Open Enrollment. I typically renew my coverage on the first day of Open Enrollment
byDesirae Odjick, GenFKD There are a whole host of factors in play when making career decisions, but cost of living expenses often go unnoticed before signing on the dotted line. According to the National Association