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Trivia Vs. Signia: A New Word for the English Language

We live in what has come to be called the “Information Age.” Often though, we don’t stop to think about the purpose and quality of the information that surrounds us in abundance. Not all information is equal though, and it’s time for the English language to have a word that can help elevate significant information. Information has always been important ...

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Intern Spotlight: Saniya Chitale

Special thanks to Learning Life Content Writer Craig Gusmann for drafting Saniya’s profile. Born and raised in India, Saniya is now a student of the world. She began traveling at a young age with her family and her love of foreign cultures spurred her interest in analyzing international marketing trends. After completing high school in India, Saniya moved to Madison, ...

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Five Facts on Unemployment in the USA

When the United States entered a recession in late 2007, unemployment rose to its highest levels in 20 years.  While the U.S. economy has slowly recovered, some questions remain ever important: How is unemployment measured?  What are the causes of unemployment?  Who is more likely to be unemployed?  Learning Life presents the following five facts to help answer these enduring ...

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Five Updates on Our Activities

Learning Life has been busy in September! First, as noted in previous posts, we are developing a for-profit partner that will pursue some of our work in Washington D.C. and eventually beyond. Specifically, that partner will use advertising-funded napkins distributed in restaurants, bars, cafes and other eateries in Washington D.C. to help inform and engage the public. You can learn ...

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