Sixty-four percent of U.S. consumers live paycheck to paycheck — even those who earn more than $100,000 a year.
Sometimes we need the hard times to show us what the good times look like.
Massive 62% of Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck, Many Convinced Finances Won't Recover Until 2022
Some 61% of people surveyed a year into the pandemic admit living paycheck to paycheck, with 62% now experiencing that.
He's mostly a figurehead at this point, but Wozniak says he's the 'only person who received a paycheck every week since we started the company.'
Women face a relatively smaller wage gap in industries such as real estate, construction, arts and recreation and other service-related sectors
On average, researchers found CEO pay generally increased in the year following a layoff when firm performance also improved
Beautiful people arguably have an easier life -- they're happier, healthier, and have more friends. But a new study turns this theory on its head.
Going makeup-free could cost you.