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    Houston, Texas

    Best States for Job Growth

    By Livia Gershon - Life After College
    Unless we’re very lucky, or very unlucky, most of us will probably spend more of our adulthoods at work than at any other single activity. So it’s no surprise that a lot of people look at job prospects first when they think about where they want ...

    Best Small Cities for Retirement

    May 9, 2014 - By Lauren Ward - News for Baby Boomer Statistics
    As baby boomers continue to enter retirement, many of them are seeking new beginnings. They’re either downsizing or just looking for a change in surroundings. With that shift in mind, we’ve found the best small cities for retirees to lay new roots.

    Savings Statistics: Men Save More Money Than Women

    May 7, 2014 - By Jasmine Williams - News for Emergency Fund Statistics
    Among the many things that separate men and women, saving money is another one to add to the list. In a recent study, CreditDonkey.com found that men are putting more money aside than women do.

    Best Counties for Suburbanites

    May 1, 2014 - By Michelle Smith - News for American Dream Statistics
    Where can you live the American dream, the one with a full-time job and a cute fence around the home you own?

    Best Cities for Dog Owners

    April 24, 2014 - By Tina O - News for Life and Money Lessons Learned from a Dog
    Anyone who’s been alive for more than 10 seconds knows there are two kinds of people: cat people and dog people. According to a study published in Psychology Today , dog people are 15% more extroverted than cat people and 13% more agreeable. ...

    Emergency Fund Statistics

    April 23, 2014 - By Jasmine Williams - News for Monthly Savings Plan
    Four in 10 people have not set aside at least $500 in savings, according to a new 2014 survey by CreditDonkey.com, a credit card comparison website. That leaves a very small safety net for emergencies and is pretty risky. For those with lots of ...
    Boston, Massachusetts

    Happiest Cities in the US

    People often dream of escaping to the “big city” to pursue their dreams of being actors/rock stars/writers/corporate raiders. The idea is alluring, after all: power lunches at fancy restaurants, memberships at country clubs, hobnobbing at big ...

    Happiest Small Cities

    Does this version of a day in the life of an unhappy worker sound familiar? You drag yourself out of bed at 6 a.m. and sit in traffic for an hour while you listen to off-color morning-radio DJs named Crazy Al and Goober. When you finally get to ...
    New York, New York

    Most Generous Cities

    Famous author Mignon McLaughlin once said, “We’d all like a reputation for generosity, and we’d all like to buy it cheap.” In other words, if you throw just a penny in the Salvation Army bucket at Christmas, can you get away with calling ...

    Best Cities for New Business

    By Tracy Jones - Top Business Credit Cards
    The economic climate has inspired both the unemployed and employed to branch off their own and start their own companies, either because they’re tired of searching, they are of tired of not moving up the corporate ladder, or they just have a ...

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