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But while retirees might imagine spending their golden years full of pasta and palazzos, the realities of moving abroad are much less romantic. He didn’t think retiring abroad was feasible. Packing up shopAs America’s retirement crisis grows, so too does the dream of retiring abroad. “People need to think about estate planning, which is often different abroad,” said Brett Spencer, the founder of Impact Financial, a financial advisory firm that specializes in Americans living abroad. I think that’s the reality that a lot of people probably aren’t prepared for,” said Peddicord, who splits her time with her husband between Paris and Panama City, Panama.
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Rewiring your brain for happiness
  + stars: | 2024-05-25 | by ( Dr. Sanjay Gupta | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +10 min
CNN —Happiness is an idea that has been woven into the fabric of humanity, going back to ancient civilizations. Santos believes, however, that with some diligent and intentional practice, you can start to turn up your thermostat of happiness. “Every available study of happy people suggests that happy people are more social,” Santos said. And I would gather the opposite is also true: Social people are happier. Listen to the full episode with happiness professor Laurie Santos here, and join us next week on the podcast when we explore the surprising link between happiness and anxiety.
Persons: Rebecca, I’m, It’s, Laurie Santos, we’re, , Santos, Kelly McGonigal, ” Santos, , ” She’s, Robert Waldinger, , Waldinger Organizations: CNN, Independence, Liberty, Gallup, Yale University, Harvard Locations: United States
For years, Gallup has asked investors exactly that question, and since 2013 the most popular answer has been the same: real estate. It's tough to say what the best long-term investing option is without knowing the desired outcome." You can invest in real estate via real estate investment trusts, which trade like stocks, or ETFs that hold them. As you pay down your mortgage, you build equity in a piece of real estate that also appreciates in value. Among Americans making less than $40,000 per year, 33% choose real estate as their No.
Persons: Gallup, Stocks, Nick Foulks, Andrew Briggs, Briggs, Gold Organizations: cryptocurrency, Great Waters, National, Advisory, presto
In 2011, 86% of college graduates said their degree had been a good investment; in 2013, 70% of U.S. adults said a college education was "very important," according to Pew Research Center and Gallup surveys. Today, 29% of Americans say that college isn't worth the cost — and roughly half (49%) say having a four-year college degree is less important for landing a high-paying job today than it was 20 years ago, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. Only 22% of U.S. adults say the cost of getting a four-year degree today is worth it even if someone has to take out loans, Pew found. College graduates on average earn more than those without a four-year degree — but this so-called college wage premium is shrinking. A recent report from the San Francisco Federal Reserve found that the college wage gap peaked in the mid-2010s but declined by four percentage points in 2022.
Persons: Pew, Richard Fry Organizations: Pew Research Center, Gallup, U.S . News, College, San Francisco Federal Reserve, Economic, Institute, Pew, CNBC Locations: U.S
Read previewCompanies are increasingly ditching middle management positions, and it could be millennials who find their jobs are most at risk. While Galvin said the intent of reducing middle management is to streamline communication between employees and senior executives, the impact could be unfairly balanced. AdvertisementMiddle management positions accounted for almost a third of layoffs in 2023, according to an analysis for Bloomberg — an increase from 20% in 2018. It just so happens that a lot of middle managers are millennials. Many current middle managers are also burned out with their teams being downsized, and an increased workload.
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Neilson, 59, went into retail management after earning a general studies degree with a business concentration. "The money that I would like to be able to contribute to a retirement account is going to go instead to pay student loans." BI has previously spoken to some other older adults who have struggled with career progression later in life. For example, Crystal, a 62-year-old, never received a college degree, and it's kept her from progressing in the workforce. "With my age, I was just not attractive on paper, and not having a college degree was always a factor, too," Crystal said.
Persons: Kris Neilson's, Neilson, it'll, She'll, I'm, it's, Crystal Organizations: Service, BI, National Bureau of Economic Research, Gallup, Lumina Foundation Locations: Neilson
The burdens of these culture war assaults are compounded by parents worried that the exorbitant costs of higher education aren’t worth it. Only 36 percent of Americans have confidence in higher education, according to a survey by Gallup last year, a significant drop from eight years ago. But the problems facing American higher education are not just the protests and culture war attacks on diversity, course content, speech and speakers. The problem is that higher education is fundamentally misunderstood. In response, colleges and universities must reassert the liberal arts ideals that have made them great but that have been slipping away.
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Trump’s advisers don’t see their agenda as aspirational political messaging. “Think about the first term, but on steroids,” a former senior Trump administration official who is working outside the campaign to draft immigration policy options for a second term. In closed-door fundraisers, Biden has also called attention to the radical nature of Trump’s immigration proposals – something his 2020 campaign used to its advantage. It shouldn’t.”The dramatic scale of Trump’s immigration agenda would have a sweeping effect across the US, Schulte said – one that shouldn’t get lost in debates over his rhetoric. Once viewed as radical and relegated to the fringes of the GOP, Trump’s immigration agenda is now an animating force for most, if not all, Republicans on Capitol Hill.
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The US did a complete 180 on same-sex marriage
  + stars: | 2024-05-17 | by ( Zachary B. Wolf | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
The vast majority of Americans opposed same-sex marriage on May 17, 2004, when the first same-sex couples took their vows after a court decision in Massachusetts. Barack Obama notably opposed same-sex marriage when he ran for president as a Democrat in the 2008 election and, as public opinion was rapidly shifting, changed his tune in 2012 to support same-sex unions. Warnings were unfoundedThere is also evidence that warnings about same-sex marriage somehow endangering “traditional marriage” simply never materialized. A new study by researchers for the RAND Corporation to assess two decades of same-sex marriage in the US argues marriage rates actually increased among opposite-sex couples as same-sex couples were granted the ability to marry in certain states. A key difference between support for same-sex marriage and support for abortion rights, according to Lundry, is that support for abortion rights has remained positive for decades, in contrast to same-sex marriage, which saw a complete turnaround.
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For decades, one question has fueled the debate over whether women can balance the demands of career and motherhood: can women "have it all"? The notion that women can have it all is the "biggest lie" working women are told that, if believed, can stunt their success, according to Bonnie Hammer, vice chairman at NBCUniversal. In her new book, "15 Lies Women Are Told at Work," Hammer explores the conflicting advice women are given regarding professional success. Having it all is a "wrong and dangerous" ideal for women to aspire to, the 73-year-old tells CNBC Make It. Women have reported higher levels of burnout than men for years, a gap that has more than doubled since 2019, Gallup reports.
Persons: Bonnie Hammer, Hammer Organizations: NBCUniversal, CNBC, Gallup
The investment arm of the Mormon church revealed some of its holdings in a 13F filing Wednesday. These are the top 10 holdings of the church's stock portfolio as of March 31. AdvertisementThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has an investment portfolio of over $100 billion that includes $55 billion invested in publicly traded stocks. AdvertisementThe church, widely known as the Mormon church, reports its stock holdings on a quarterly basis, and a recent 13F filing revealed its top holdings as of March 31. These are the church's top 10 stock holdings at the end of the fourth quarter, as well as the changes in each position.
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Younger workers are foregoing higher education as costs continue to remain top of mind — and the value of a college education isn't what it used to be. On Wednesday, Deloitte released a survey on Gen Z and millennial attitudes toward the world and their financial conditions. That comes as over half of Gen Z and millennials are living paycheck to paycheck, per the report — a continued trend among younger workers. For both Gen Z and millennials, the cost of living is their top concern, with Gen Z also concerned about potential unemployment. Still, younger adults' perceptions toward higher education seem to skew away from overall attitudes toward a postsecondary degree or credential.
Persons: Gen, millennials, Zs, Elizabeth Faber, Gen Z, Faber, YouGov, hasn't, they're Organizations: Service, Deloitte, Business, Deloitte Global Chief People, Gallup, Lumina Foundation
“Our study of over two million individuals from 160+ countries runs contrary to this idea.”People with access to home internet and/or mobile internet and actively use internet report greater well-being across eight different categories — including life satisfaction and social life, according to a study published Monday in the journal Technology, Mind, and Behavior. Across all those ways of crunching the numbers, about 85% showed that those who have and use the internet report greater well-being that those who do not, according to the research. Other research has shown that the connection between mobile internet use and well-being is complex and varies among individuals, he added. “Our results might then simply indicate that individuals with more money, access to healthcare, etc, report greater well-being,” Vuorre said in an email. The internet is used for a wide variety of things — including online banking, shopping, finding services, reading the news and cyberbullying — and those different uses will have different effects on well-being, Vuorre said.
Persons: , Matti Vuorre, Markus Appel, people’s, ” Appel, ” Vuorre, Vuorre, cyberbullying —, hasn’t, don’t, Appel Organizations: CNN, Tilburg University, Technology, Gallup, University of Würzburg, Locations: Netherlands, Germany
Post-pandemic, people are looking for all sorts of work arrangements. More than half, 54% of U.S. workers with remote-capable jobs have a hybrid work model, 27% work exclusively remote and 20% work on-site full time, according to Gallup. As a jobseeker, when you're writing your resume, you'll want to include your most relevant accomplishments and some keywords from the job description as they pertain to your experience. But you can also take your resume as an opportunity to let a prospective employer know if you want to work remote, on-site or hybrid. It's never too early to let a potential employer know what kind of work model you're looking for, says Stefanie Fackrell, an HR consultant who's worked in recruiting at companies like Google and Nvidia.
Persons: Stefanie Fackrell, who's Organizations: Gallup, Google, Nvidia
When a company performs well and I interview its CEO on CNBC, I consider the stock's performance before fashioning my questions. Maybe the company had been poorly run and the guest is a new CEO who is turning it around. Once Wood picks a stock, that company can do no wrong, which is code for she can do no wrong. And take it from me, an old Mexican restaurant veteran, it travels better than any other restaurant chain. We should have just bought Dutch Bros. (See here for a full list of the stocks in Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust.)
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Americans say it’s the worst time ever to buy a home
  + stars: | 2024-05-09 | by ( Matt Egan | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +4 min
Just 21% say it’s a good time to buy a house, according to a Gallup survey released Thursday. An overwhelming majority of Americans — 76% — say it’s a bad time to buy a house. Young Americans seeking to buy a home have been confronted by a toxic one-two punch of record-high home prices and painful mortgage rates. For context, in April 2019, the final reading before Covid-19, 61% of Americans polled by Gallup said it was a good time to buy a house. Mortgage rates top 7%Americans started to sour on the housing market as mortgage rates spiked and home prices surged after Covid.
Persons: ” Jeffrey Jones, White, , Lawrence Yun, ” Yun Organizations: New, New York CNN, Gallup, Young, homebuyers, National Association of Realtors, Federal Reserve, NAR Locations: New York, That’s
The IFA 2020 Special Edition will take place from September 3-5. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)The U.S. has revoked certain licenses for chip exports to Chinese tech giant Huawei, the Commerce Department told CNBC on Tuesday, in its latest efforts to curb China's tech power. "As part of this process, as we have done in the past, we sometimes revoke export licenses," the spokesperson said, declining to comment on specific licenses. "But we can confirm that we have revoked certain licenses for exports to Huawei." In 2020, the U.S. tightened chip restrictions on Huawei, requiring foreign manufacturers using American chipmaking equipment to obtain a license before they can sell semiconductors to Huawei.
Persons: Sean Gallup Organizations: Huawei, IFA, Getty, U.S, Commerce Department, CNBC Locations: BERLIN, GERMANY, Berlin, Germany, U.S
In the intervening 33 years, how young adults spent their money changed dramatically. Millennials are spending a lot more on healthcare and rented housingHealth insurance spending stands out between the average young adult in 1989 versus in 2022. Based on average data, young adults were spending roughly 60% more on apartments and other rented housing. Before adjusting 1989 data for inflation, young adults in 2022 spent 304% more on fresh fruits than young adults in 1989. Based on our analysis, the average young adult in 2022 was spending more on nonalcoholic beverages and less on alcoholic beverages than the average young adult in 1989.
Persons: , Harry Met Sally, millennials, Gen Zers, Grace Hill, Gen Organizations: Service, Nintendo Game, Business, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Labor, BLS, Pew Research Center, CPI, Gallup Locations: Millennials
Biden faces widening partisan split over Israel
  + stars: | 2024-05-06 | by ( Ronald Brownstein | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +17 min
CNN —President Joe Biden is facing more critical moments this week that will test his fraught relationship with his base over Israel’s war in Gaza and potentially widen the partisan split about the Jewish state that has been building for years. Against this backdrop, partisan polarization about Israel among American voters was already widening years before the brutal Hamas attack last October and the devastating Israeli response it triggered. An array of polls this spring show how the war in Gaza has hardened this partisan split. Nearly half of Democrats, but only a little over one-fifth of Republicans in the CBS poll, said the US should pressure Israel to stop the fighting. “Biden has a Democratic caucus that is putting a lot of faith in this process,” she said.
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Putin orders tactical nuclear weapon drills to deter the West
  + stars: | 2024-05-06 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +5 min
Russia's defense ministry said it would hold military drills including practice for the preparation and deployment for use of non-strategic nuclear weapons. "During the exercise, a set of measures will be carried out to practice the issues of preparation and use of non-strategic nuclear weapons," the ministry said. Russia and the United States are by far the world's biggest nuclear powers, holding more than 10,600 of the world's 12,100 nuclear warheads. No power has used nuclear weapons in war since the United States unleashed the first atomic bomb attacks on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Major nuclear powers routinely check their nuclear weapons but very rarely publicly link such exercises to specific perceived threats in the way that Russia has.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Alexey Danichev, Natalia Kolesnikova, Joe Biden, Andriy Yusov, Sergei Shoigu, Emmanuel Macron, Volodymyr Zelensky, Ludovic Marin, David Cameron, Dmitry Peskov, Putin, Abrams, Sean Gallup Organizations: Federal Assembly's Council, Reuters, Missile, Southern Military District, Military, Victory Day, Afp, Getty, Russian Federation, Federation of American Scientists, CNN, Ukraine, Kremlin, U.S . Senate, AFP, British, NATO, U.S . Army, British Amphibious Engineer Battalion Locations: Saint Petersburg, Russia, Reuters Russia, Moscow, France, Britain, United States, Ukraine, U.S, China, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Russian, Paris, London, Soviet Union, Gniew, Poland
Saul Loeb | Afp | Getty ImagesMost countries prefer alignment with the U.S. over China when the White House is occupied by a Democrat, according to Gallup poll data going back to 2007. "Significantly more countries seem to prefer U.S. leadership over Chinese leadership, at least under Democratic administrations," Gallup said in its report released Monday, adding that a Republican executive comes with a "net approval disadvantage." According to Gallup, the "bounce-back" under the Biden administration suggests that the U.S.'s net approval advantage over China is resilient, especially when accounting for more strongly aligned groups. China's favorability peaked in 2007 as it emerged on the global stage, but increased familiarity with Beijing has not boosted its appeal, Gallup said. Meanwhile, U.S. leadership has enjoyed a general net approval rate under the Biden and Obama administrations, compared with net disapproval rates under the Trump and last two years of the Bush leadership, the report showed.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Joe Biden, Saul Loeb, Gallup, Trump, George Bush, Barack Obama, Biden, Obama, Bush Organizations: Afp, Getty, U.S, Democratic, Republican, Gallup, Biden, Trump, Pew Research Locations: Nusa Dua, Indonesian, Bali, China, Beijing, Trump
CNN —In her 2024 Netflix special “Have It All,” stand-up comedian Taylor Tomlinson has a bit about coming out as bisexual. It can sour otherwise happy events, such as Pride Month in June or Bi Visibility Day in September. I attended my first Pride events, ranging from campus events in 2014 to local parades in 2019, as the straight person I was pretending to be. I continued second-guessing myself, so much so that I could hardly enjoy Pride events. It’s the piece I was missing at my early Pride events, when I was too busy quantifying my behavior and assuming I came up short.
Persons: Natalie Schriefer, CNN —, Taylor Tomlinson, someone’s, ’ ”, Tomlinson, ” Natalie Schriefer, Natalie Schriefer It’s, Hugh Jackman, she’s, , Privately, unworthiness, Margot Robbie Organizations: CNN, Netflix, Rights, Bisexual Resource, Connecticut Gay, American, of, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Pride, bi.org, U.S
Two years later, a plurality of Americans held the view that so-called outside agitators — in this instance, Communists — were behind the civil rights movement. If we think of attention as a prevailing measure of success, then the Columbia protests, inspiring so many others and consuming global headlines, have been triumphant. “I see very little talk this week about what is happening to Palestinians in Gaza,” Peter Staley, the celebrated AIDS activist, told me. He recalled a major ACT UP demonstration in December 1989 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral that is still debated among participants. The idea was to disrupt a Mass offered by Cardinal John O’Connor to condemn the church’s stance on condoms.
Persons: Eric Adams, , condescension, , unmet, ” Peter Staley, Cardinal John O’Connor, ” Mr, Staley Organizations: Columbia University, Hamilton Hall, Gallup, Washington, Police Department, ACT Locations: Gaza, Columbia, Morningside Heights, St, Patrick’s
CNN —Joe Biden’s Democratic base has been divided over the Israel-Hamas war. To some, including people within Biden’s own party, the public demonstrations against the war in Gaza remind them of the Vietnam War protests. A mere 2% answered with some version of the Israel-Hamas war (e.g., the Middle East conflict). An unpopular warThis is dramatically different from what we saw in 1968, when the Vietnam War forced President Lyndon Johnson to abandon his reelection bid. Only a small fraction of that polling decline can be attributed to Biden’s war response.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Biden, That’s, Lyndon Johnson, it’s, Donald Trump, Trump, Biden’s Organizations: CNN, Joe Biden’s Democratic, NBC, Gallup, Republican, Trump, Black South, ABC, Quinnipiac Locations: Israel, Gaza, Vietnam, Africa’s, South Africa
Achieving Goals presidential candidate José Raúl Mulino speaks with reporters after meeting with members of the Electoral Observation Mission, in Panama City, Wednesday, May 1, 2024. The case of former President Ricardo Martinelli, who was disqualified from running by the courts because of a past corruption conviction, stands out. Once the favorite to win this year’s presidential race, Martinelli was disqualified from running by Panama’s electoral court in March because of the conviction and sentence. There are seven other presidential candidates, including current Vice-President José Gabriel Carrizo, former President Martín Torrijos, and Rómulo Roux, another former minister under Martinelli. Martinelli has thrown his support behind Mulino, even releasing campaign videos from inside the Nicaraguan embassy.
Persons: Daniel Zovatto, El Nino, Fitch, , José Raúl, José Raúl Mulino, Matias Delacroix, Mulino, Panama that’s, Ricardo Martinelli, Martinelli, José Gabriel Carrizo, Martín Torrijos, Rómulo Roux, Organizations: CNN, Central, Latin America, Wilson, Americas Society, Panamanian, Gallup, Nicaraguan Locations: Panama, Central American, Panama City, United States, Venezuela, Panamanian, Colombia, Mulino, Americas, Nicaragua’s, Nicaraguan
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