Financial Decision Making

Money leads to autonomy but it does not add to well-being or happiness.

TIME: Fischer and Boer, who are based in New Zealand, have authored a new study called “What Is More Important for National Well-Being: Money or Autonomy? A Meta-Analysis of Well-Being, Burnout and Anxiety Across 63 Societies.” Their research indicates that it’s freedom—not necessarily money—that leads to happier, more satisfied lives. More

Psychology grads face below-average salaries: study

Reuters: U.S. graduates leaving university with a psychology degree face dim salary prospects when they enter the job market despite claims by employers of valuing a liberal arts education, according to a new study. “Face it, wages are tied to specific occupations, and real-world data show that psychology alumni just More