Finding a job these days is tough enough, but holding one down while being a mom raises a whole new set of concerns. I was consulted by Forbes for a recent study that looked at the Best Cities for Working Mothers.
This is the study’s third year, and I think you’ll find the results interesting. You [...]
Some of the most rewarding and interesting studies I do deal with health issues. Recently I was asked to find those U.S. cities that are most challenged by nasal congestion. It’s a significant issue, as one in five Americans suffers from chronic nighttime nasal congestion.
We looked at a host of indicators, such as pollen [...]
I was asked by the Post to explain why the DC metro has suddenly gained so many 25-34 year olds. According to the Census Bureau, DC is now right up there with hipster havens like Austin and Portland (Oregon).
DC Area Gains Young Adults
Reporter Carol Morello asked me, “Does this mean Washington is now [...]
It’s always nice to work with the Wall Street Journal, and recently I provided some insight for them on an interesting piece about the cost of relocating.
Here’s the link: “The Cost of Relocating” – Wall Street Journal
I had a great time being interviewed by the “2BoomerBabes” radio hour recently. It’s a fun, regionally syndicated show broadcast by several NPR affiliates.
You can download the mp3 of the episode just below (my segment begins at 43:30) -
2 Boomer Babes with Bert Sperling – October 22, 2011
Be sure to check them [...]
I’m excited to be heading down to Oregon State University next week (Tuesday, Nov. 1st) to give a talk on entrepreneurship.
It’ll be great to get down to my alma mater again. If you’re in the Corvallis area, come say hi!
Here’s a link with all the info: