A surplus of swanky residences means wealthier renters aren't seeing the huge price increases that poorer ones are.
Upcoming regulation won't fix the underlying problem of payday loans: a lack of access to credit.
Telecommuting can increase employee satisfaction and decrease turnover. It can also be lonely.
Since the start of the century, the net worth of African Americans would have increased more without a mortgage.
African American employees tend to receive more scrutiny from their bosses than their white colleagues, which over time leads to worse performance reviews and lower wages.
Why does a strong real-estate market push people to forgo getting an education?
A combination of social networks, skills, and circumstance can lead to ethnic groups clustering around a single industry.
A new study finds more cash can significantly improve long-term outcomes for poor children. Especially those with emotional or behavioral problems.
At Randolph Technical High School in Philadelphia, students are learning about carpentry, culinary arts, and auto repair. Has the system given up on them, or has it saved them?
America’s housing crisis will likely worsen during the next decade, with millions more struggling to make monthly payments.
As inequality spreads, support for sharing economic gains should increase. So why is it fading?
In the 10 years since Katrina, entrepreneurship has grown in the city. But not everyone is reaping the benefits.
Ten years after Katrina, many New Orleans residents struggle to find an affordable place to live even though the city is full of vacant properties.
Section 8 is supposed to help people move to areas with less poverty, but it’s worked better in some places than others.
The national unemployment rate continues to improve, but progress has been much slower for blacks and Hispanics.
The systems in place to provide aid after natural disasters often fail those who need help the most.
Cities with “cheap” housing aren’t cheap if wages are relatively low.
During the recession, some families made a tough choice: lose a home but protect other finances.
According to a new poll, younger workers do in fact care less about money and more about fulfillment.
Yet another consequence of gentrification.