High-ranking military personnel are more likely than lower ranks to find quality jobs in civilian life
The findings were presented on August 25, 2021.
Fast-food companies are spending billions on ads, targeting Black and Hispanic youth
The study examined how prolonged exposure to fast-food marketing raises young people's preferences for fast-food.
Study finds ridesharing services may lessen instances of sexual assault
Ridesharing services may provide additional protection for possible sexual assault victims, study claims.
Gender pay gap remained relatively stable in the U.S. in 2020
According to a Pew report, women made about 84 percent of pay of what men earned in 2020.
Fortune 500 firms are most likely to be involved in financial securities fraud
The study was released in Justice Quarterly.
Researchers built a method to spot the spread of propaganda for market manipulation
The study was authored by Michael Siering, Jan Muntermann, and Miha Grčar.
Cashless payments may increase the consumption of unhealthy foods
The study was authored by Joowon Park, Clarence Lee, and Manoj Thomas.
Frequent travelers are more likely to experience stronger mental well-being
About 500 participants from Taiwan were evaluated.
Study shows shrugging CDC guidelines results in anxiety and anger in the workplace
The study was authored by Renata Guzzo, Xingyu Wang, Juan Madera, and JéAnna Abbott.
How augmented reality could boost shopping during the holiday season
The study using AR and shopping appeared in the Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management.
New research attempts to comprehend the global networks exposed in the Panama Papers
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Southern California.
Study probes the relationship between chain restaurant marketing and obesity
A recent study aimed at figuring out whether any association between restaurant marketing and obesity exists among American adults.