The 94-year-old screen legend quipped that "somebody younger, like Bernie, is just the perfect candidate."
Blue-collar work is in demand for a reason: fewer people want to do it.
Decades of psychological research have revealed a fundamental reality about our human nature: we are lazy when it comes to
Rarely will an employer rescind an offer due to you negotiating.
A controversial new book argues boomers are beset with egotism, impulsivity and a shocking lack of empathy -- and they're leaving the world a worse place.
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Nancy Berk, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, author, comic and entertainment analyst. The host of the showbiz podcast Whine
As post-election analytics show, education is the big divide between the red state and blue state mindsets. Education was
♦ Whereas securing a good entry-level corporate job after college is still the ideal, it is evident that many Millenials
Contrary to claims touted by most products in the vitamin store, it turns out that human beings really do have a maximum lifespan.
Hillary Clinton's loss last night was a rebuke by more than half of the American people who clearly stated that the Federal
Earlier this month the Public Religion Research Institute released new statistics that chronicle the demographic shifts in religious affiliation. The one group that has grown exponentially is the so-called "Nones," or religiously unaffiliated.
It makes me smile when I hear people say they look in the mirror and see their mother. The other day I heard a man wonder out loud how his dad's hands appeared out of the sleeves of his jacket.
If the thought of going back to college for one day brings up memories solely of being strung out or being hung over, you might want to skip this post. On the other hand, it conjures up one of the most exciting and amazing periods of your life, you are in luck.
Traditionally, living with roommates has been the lifestyle primarily of the young and single, but more and more people in their 50s and beyond are turning to home sharing to ease the high cost of living and reduce the isolation that can occur when older adults live on their own.
Women tend to have the blessing and the curse of being invisible, especially as we approach 50 and beyond. The negative side
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Some aging boomers just let it all hang out physically. Unfortunately, many will suffer the consequences of their inaction. I have a close friend who has surrendered his body to nature and while I worry about losing him prematurely, I know there's nothing I can do about his behavior.