Americans rely on several institutions for their services and safety—but how has their confidence in institutions changed since 1975?
Today's chart ranks the top 25 universities in the world by ultra-high net worth (UHNW) alumni and total wealth. Does your institution make the cut?
How do different types of education (high school, bachelor's degree, etc.) correspond to level of income and household expenditures?
How do different college degrees compare for earning potential? This chart uses a data set from 1.2 million past students to compare 50 different majors.
The vast majority of heads of government have some sort of post-secondary education, but their areas of study vary greatly.
Automation is coming to the workplace. Here are the 10 skills you need to survive and thrive in the future for career success.
Long-term trends really allow you to see human progress on the most important indicators, like poverty reduction, education, democracy, literacy, and health.
These three charts show the age distribution of the U.S. population, further broken down by employment status, education, and marital status.
A new study finds that very few U.S. students have guaranteed access to a personal finance course in high school - raising concerns about financial literacy.
Consumers are the foundation of the economy, and how they spend money is telling. See what's changed with how Americans spend their money over the years.