Time to take a nap!

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According to the Guardian, more firms are looking into a rested workforce because sleep has an image problem in the business world. Questions 1. What is the definition of sufficient sleep and how do the U.S., U.K, and Japan stack up to this definition> 2. What are some of the reasons for the global sleep-loss… Read more »

Collateral from a future job

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Some undergraduates will have a new option to help finance their degrees: pledging to pay a percentage of their future incomes in return for funds today. Questions: 1. How does the income-sharing program work? 2. What school is piloting this idea? 3. What are some aspects of the legal gray zone associated with these human… Read more »

The Hidden Costs of Beautiful Nails

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Manicures were once for special occasions only. Now they have become a staple for women across the economic spectrum. With more than 17,000 nail salons in the United States, there are about 2,000 nail salons in New York City alone. This New York Times research article looks at the dirty little secret of exploitation of… Read more »