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A quick glance at most postgraduate studies on income seems to confirm what most people already believe; that STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) majors are by and large the most profitable fields of study. Inversely, many humanities majors such as English, History, Philosophy, and Religion, often struggle to find both employment and higher paying salaries by comparison. In line with these benefits, the popularity of STEM majors is skyrocketing, experiencing rapid growth in the...

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The U.S. debt clock currently reads in blazing red numbers at more than twenty-one trillion. However, those numbers may seem completely meaningless without a context. When faced with the issue of national debt, there should neither be blind fear nor blind indifference. It is critical for Americans to understand how the national debt works. Who owns it? Who pays for it?  How does the accumulation of federal debt actually affect the economy and our everyday...

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Entrepreneurs have always been important drivers of change in society. Hewlett-Packard was started in a small Palo Alto garage by two enterprising engineers. We already know the story of Facebook being started out of a college dorm room. Today, media has turned into a noisy environment. Media companies are driven by clicks (which in turn drive revenue). They put “Trump,” “Tesla,” “Facebook,” “SpaceX,” etc. in their headlines; they cover companies that are already well-known, companies...

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With the rise and fall of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, analysts and investors in today’s markets are conducting research into new types of profitable financial products. Secure ledgers of blockchain have drawn interest among investment firms all over the world for its potential to transform the art sector of the economy. Because these new types of financial products are designed to encourage transparency, many believe that stronger art markets could emerge from building trust in transactional...

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Speculators are mainly focused on the recent happenings in the political arena, where Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, admitted to eight criminal charges – including some violations in campaign-finance laws. This wasn’t the only event stirring up the news lately; Paul Manafort, President Trump’s campaign manager, is facing eight charges related to tax fraud. As midterm elections come around, analysts are worried that these mild shakeups might bring volatility into the market. Historically, the...

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With the growing concern over the ethics of eating animals and the impact it has on our environment, many meat-lovers are looking for healthy and sustainable alternatives to satisfy their cravings. Seattle Food Tech is working on just that: plant-based “chicken” nuggets and burgers. Plant-based meat is an emerging industry and many investors and entrepreneurs are taking more notice. Seattle Food Tech raised $1 million in funding and is coming out of Y Combinator’s 2018 summer...

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There are thousands of articles that touch on the skills necessary for success in the business world. By now, you’ve learned countless times over that resilience is crucial to progress. You’ve learned that domain expertise is important to being genuinely good at what you do. You’ve learned that networking is important in the business world. These are pretty obvious, and you don’t need to read another article to understand the importance of hard work. An...

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Cooking is a staple for every household globally. And as many of us have figured, it’s pretty difficult! But some chefs make it seem easy. Among the elite is Gordon Ramsay, and it’s no surprise that many of the young chefs under his tutelage in MasterChef Junior will end up making successful careers for themselves as well. But what made Ariana Feygin’s story interesting to me wasn’t simply that she was a finalist on MasterChef...

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There have been few events in human history as impactful to human society as the Industrial Revolutions. The first two industrial revolutions completely changed society at that time, creating a more urban society with a higher quality of life. Now a third revolution is underway but this time it’s not about mass-production. It’s going to be about individualized products. Whereas previous industrial revolutions involved creating huge amounts of identical products as that lowered costs of...

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Trickle-down economics is the idea that decreasing taxes, especially on businesses and the upper classes, will stimulate the economy and lead to long-term growth. Trickle-down economics is a descendant and occasionally derogatory term for supply-side economics, which campaigns for tax cuts and deregulation of the financial sector. Today, let’s take a look at trickle-down economics as a synonym for the economic policies used by Ronald Reagan, which especially championed tax cuts for the upper and upper-middle classes. Or to...

The Youth Business Collective is a content-based network targeted toward Generation Z business education. The aim is to expand and create opportunities for those with strong interests in business.

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