The Non-Profit Age: Altruistic Values in America

The American nonprofit sector has grown at an exceptional rate and continues to grow each year.  In the 10 years from 2001 to 2011, the number of nonprofits in the United States grew by 25%.  And the sector continues to grow.  In 2010, the U.S. nonprofit sector employed approximately 10% of the country’s workforce and … Read more

Migrants seen as Economic Detriment to Greece and Benefit to Germany

By the end of July 2015, more than 124,000 refugees and migrants had arrived in Greece; an astonishing 750% increase in the amount of refugees and migrants from the same time the previous year. The vast majority of these refugees are those feeing conflict and human rights violations in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq in wake … Read more

The College Conundrum: How US student loan repayment policy created $1 trillion in outstanding debt

On average, a US student will spend approximately $21,000 per year pursuing a college degree, approximately 22% of which will be paid through borrowed funds. Considering the increasing costs of college tuition coupled with the need for students to borrow almost ¼ of their tuition, it no surprise that the outstanding federal student loan debt … Read more