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Research suggests that boys have a comparative advantage in math because they’re worse at reading than girls

By Anne workforce / October 29, 2019

REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko Alex Tabarrok is the Bartley J. Madden chair in economics and an economics professor at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He’s been writing on the research and economics of gender imbalances in different fields.  Notably, he writes, boys have a “comparative advantage” in math because they are generally worse at reading […]


This former SolarCity exec is trying to reinvent 2 parts of the solar business

By Anne workforce / July 25, 2019

GivePower GivePower is a nonprofit working to develop projects in underserved areas. The organization recently finished a project at the Standing Rock Reservation for the Sioux Nation tribe. GivePower was started by for SolarCity executive Hayes Barnard, who is also CEO of Loanpal, a company that facilitates financing for residential solar projects. Visit Business Insider’s […]


A Canadian photographer who built his 104-square-foot tiny house with his own hands says he ‘house-hacked’ his way into ‘living for free’

By Anne workforce / December 23, 2018

Mackenzie Duncan A “tiny house” typically ranges from 100 to 400 square feet, less than a sixth of the size of an average house. Canadian photographer Mackenzie Duncan lives in a tiny house on Vancouver Island. He lives by a zero-waste philosophy, owns four plates, and doesn’t have a TV.   As real estate prices […]

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