Cybersecurity remains on the back-burner despite rise in data breaches
It seems like a new data breach enters the news cycle every day. On May 13, the City of Cincinnati announced about 2,000 current employees and their dependents, plus an unknown amount of former employees were impacted by a data breach involving census data.
United Way Survey Is Quizzing America On DEI Terms
In honor of Black History Month, it’s important to educate ourselves on not only the past, but also moving forward. In light of events over the past few years, many people have started educating themselves on privilege, microaggressions, and other forms of internalized issues they may not have realized they were projecting.
Is A Robot Takeover Likely With The Amount Of Tech In Our Homes?
We like to entertain ourselves with movies and pop culture. Some may even look at them as an escape from reality. But how far away are we from becoming Will Smith in I, Robot? As technology and artificial intelligence have progressed, some may say we’re already there. 50% of people believe that a robot takeover is likely or certain to happen in the next 50 years. And the impact from sci-fi media is playing a huge role in that. An artificial intelligence survey is showing that sci-fi media has 14.5% of people more afraid of A.I.
One Man’s Trash, One Globe’s Big Problem
It’s no secret that the Earth goes through a lot in it’s endless cycles around the solar system. And oftentimes humans can be more harmful than helpful to our planet despite all the pressure it already faces. From increasing natural disasters to drastic climate changes, it’s clear that the Earth is rapidly changing - and not for the better.
3 in 4 people are more likely to swipe right on a dating app if you have a bachelor’s degree or higher, new survey says
There are many reasons why you may not be compatible with someone when it comes to your love life. Your romantic partner might prefer mountain trips while you want a relaxing vacation on the beach. Or they might want five children while you prefer raising fur babies instead. But what about our preferences when it comes to education level?
These are the Best Places to Live for Each Generation
It’s no secret that each generation is unique. Everything from your outlook on life, to your level of familiarity with technology, to your favorite weekend hobbies are impacted and shaped by your generational experiences. Even things as standard banking habits vary greatly between generations! But, these differences shouldn’t be glazed over.
The Emergence of Maximalism
Design trends are constantly changing. From the days of popcorn ceilings to the cultural obsession with nautical motifs around the home, there are some design choices that are better left in the past. But, just as middle parts, mom jeans, and corsets made a comeback in the fashion world, styles of the past can influence modern interior design trends.
The Housing Market Gets Heated: Low Inventory Continues Into Summer 2021
The seller’s market continues into summer 2021. Growing housing demand, as a result of low pandemic interest rates, remote work, and low inventory, continues to be the driving force behind soaring home prices in 2021. Fierce competition among buyers in search of suburban havens and larger square footage has driven housing prices to an all-time high, where buyers are paying over $100,000 over the asking price in certain zip codes and forgoing home inspections in order to score their dream home.
The Best, Worst Romantic Movies
Admit it: we all have guilty pleasure movies that we wouldn’t dare admit to watching. The ones that you could sleep through, but still be able to know exactly how the movie ends. Those films that are so sappy and predictable, you just can’t look away.
The State of the Gender Pay Gap in 2021
It’s a tale as old as time: a woman, with comparable background experience, works just as hard as a man, and yet she’s more likely to walk away with a significantly lower paycheck. In the past decades, we’ve made large strides towards improving gender equality on so many levels. But there are still areas, such as workplace compensation, that have quite some catching to do.