December 20, 2022
A full work week. Hours on housework, yard work, time spent with your kids or partner. Then there’s all the time we spend online. Where is the time for friends? Today, On Point: Declining time with friends, increasing loneliness. We hear what to do about Americans’ lost connections.
December 16, 2022
Research shows that the more friends we have, the less likely we are to be depressed or anxious, and work friendships boost productivity and worker retention
November 18, 2022
If we want to understand the evolving role of Hispanic Americans in American culture and politics, one useful on-ramp is studying Hispanics in the workplace.
October 31, 2022
New data suggests gender and education are the difference between liking and loving your job. But there’s a price to be paid.
June 1, 2022
Americans’ views on abortion have been relatively consistent for years despite massive demographic changes, social upheaval and shifting perspectives on sexuality. But that may be about to change.
May 12, 2022
Democratic losses in November seem predestined. For many political observers, the only question left is how bad will it get?
April 11, 2022
Gen Z is the most accomplished generation, but new data show they missed out on fun and family, leaving them more adrift than previous generations.
April 10, 2022
Much of the decline in current religious commitments can be traced back to the way young adults have been raised.
April 5, 2022
For Generation Z, American religious life has been defined by its diversity. And religious pluralism has been as much practice as principle.
March 13, 2022
Diversity is not the source of our current problems; our troubling incuriosity about our neighbors is driving disconnection.