The ING International Survey Savings 2019 highlights the difficulties people are facing across Europe, the USA and Australia when it comes...
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percent of Australians think talking about money with friends and family is taboo
percent say that people who leave their own country to work are a big problem
percent of working-age adults in Europe are in education or training
percent of US workers are satisfied with their job security. Unemployment rates have been low and new-job creation high in 2018
Five films that can teach us about money
percent of people in the UK are unbanked
percent of all millionaires live in the US
dollars is the expected salary for entry-level AI specialists
is the average age of a billionaire in China
is the age of Alexandra Andresen, the world’s youngest billionaire
billionaires live in Western Europe, according to a 2018 study. That compares to 631 in North America
percent of Americans unemployed for more than a year suffer from depression
How emotions can help you make better money choices
Do you talk about money on social media?
AI is coming for your money in five different ways
What is inequity aversion?
Talk may be cheap, but it’s also hugely valuable
Paying to win in the football World Cup
What is bounded rationality?
How self-image can hurt your finances
Why your wallet says no to FOMO
What is the GDPR?
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