If you’ve got a cold or even a mild case of the flu, you’ll probably try to go to work. It’s the American work ethic: No days off, ever. 69% of us don’t take sick days. But here’s the truth: Your coworkers WANT you gone, even if it means they have to do more work to cover for you. Check out these results of a new survey.
Do you think finding a good deal is worth BRAGGING about? Because it totally is. Saving money is so hot right now. Why else would everyone under 28 still live with their parents? A new survey by Capital One found 42% of women and 20% of men love to brag about the deals they’ve gotten. Here are the top nine things they talk about saving on.
A woman from Massachusetts recently got diagnosed with cancer, and was in Westampton, New Jersey last Monday for a medical procedure. (Westampton is about 20 miles south of Trenton.)
A recent survey asked people how far they’re willing to go to avoid getting sick. 55% said they’ve used hand sanitizer after shaking someone’s hand, 35% have opened a door knob with their sleeve, 25% have actually asked someone who’s sick to stay away from them and 6% have worn a medical mask in public.
This is the biggest time of year for online dating. And if you’ve been going at it for the past week and STILL haven’t found the person you’re destined to be with, try to be a LITTLE patient. Here are some results from a new study on online dating.