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Your Longevity Gap Is Biggest If You Live Here

Wealth buys health, according to new research that explores the disparities in life expectancy based on income. Raj Chetty, professor of economics at Stanford University, analyzed tax returns filed by every American from 1999 to 2014 and found ... Time, 2 weeks ago
Stanford Report

The Association Between Income and Life Expectancy in the United States, 2001-2014

Corresponding Author: Raj Chetty, PhD, Department of Economics, Stanford University, 579 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305 ( chetty@stanford.edu ). Published Online: April 10, 2016. doi: 10.1001/jama.2016.4226 . Author Contributions: Dr Chetty ...
 Journal of the American Medical Association2 weeks ago Geography, income play roles in life expectancy, new Stanford research shows  Stanford Report2 weeks ago
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Raj Chetty et al/The Health Inequality Project Geography and Life Expectancy are Linked for Low-Income Americans

Economist Raj Chetty's comprehensive new study finds that the rich live long everywhere. Not so for the poor. Place matters when it comes to how much we earn . And how much we earn is linked to how long were likely to live. It is clear that place ...
 CityLab2 weeks ago Where You Live Could Determine How Long You Live  Northern Territory News2 weeks ago Joblessness and Gender - 2/15/16  WYPR2 months ago Location Plays Role in Life Expectancy for Lower Earners.  Builder Online2 weeks ago
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Interdisciplinary Seminar on Inequality and Opportunity with Raj Chetty

. 10:00 AM. Location: KT 130, SIEPR Gunn Building, 366 Galvez Street In a new collaboration between the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, we are officially unveiling the ...
 Events At Stanford1 week ago

Baltimore's youths can be more successful than their parents

By Stefanie DeLuca and Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Stefanie DeLuca, an associate professor of sociology at Johns Hopkins University, and Susan Clampet-Lundquist, an associate professor of sociology at Saint Joseph's University, are co-authors of ...
 Washington Post16 hours ago

Social Security Tilting In Favor Of The Rich

Social Security is designed to ensure that no workers go penniless in old age and also as an equalizer between rich and poor. It is structured to give more generous retirement benefits to low-income people, given the taxes they pay during their ...
 Insurance News Net23 hours ago Why Social Security Is Tilted In Favor Of The Rich  Insurance News Net2 days ago As the Rich Outlive the Poor, Social Security's Safety Net Shifts from Poor to Rich  AllGov6 days ago

We must elect a pro-family president

Trade Tripper -- Jemy Gatdula: Trade Tripper -- Jemy Gatdula: And while debates abounded on national security, crime, unemployment, and inequality, the most important issues, one that actually encompasses all others due to their fundamental nature, ...
 Business World1 day ago Trade Tripper -- Jemy Gatdula: We must elect a pro-family president  Business World1 day ago
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Welcome to the Pale Gray Dot

Deng Xiaoping made a calculation. He bet on demographics. What he knew was that China had this enormous population of young, underemployed people, people who he could move from the farms to the coast and put them to work in factories, and that would ...
 HoweStreet.com3 days ago

Your Income, Hometown May Be Key to Your Lifespan

Certain areas in U.S. trend toward shorter lives, and poverty lowers life expectancy across the board, study finds. Where they live and how much they earn significantly affects the average American's longevity, a new study suggests. Income may ...
 Illinois Manufacturing Association2 days ago
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Malta Independent Daily

Richest live longer, but gap not as dismal in some US cities

The richest Americans live at least 10 years longer on average than the poorest, but that gap isn't as wide in many communities, especially affluent, highly educated cities, a major study found. The research emphasizes that where you live and ...
 Malta Independent Daily3 days ago Study: Richest 1 Percent Lives About 15 Years Longer Than Poorest 1 Percent  Tech Times2 weeks ago Richest Americans live at least 10 years longer: analysis  CTV News2 weeks ago Richest live longer but gap not as dismal in some US cities  Newstalk 1290 CJBK2 weeks ago
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