Employers said they look at your online life, and it can make or break your career.
Your social media posts could cost you your job
A total of 650,000 Slovaks (12.4 percent of the population) were threatened by poverty last year, the TASR (the News Agency of the Slovak Republic) wrote.
Over 12% of Slovaks threatened by poverty in 2017
German parents who take their children out of school without permission during term time to go on holiday face being reprimanded by police at airports.
German police to check on children at airports in truancy crackdown
Welfare conditionality within the social security system is largely ineffective and in some cases pushes people into poverty and crime, a major study led by the University of York has found.
Welfare conditionality is ineffective
Previous research has shown that teachers play a pivotal role in their students' academic success — or lack thereof.
Teachers role in students' academic success pivotal
For decades, the elderly in Spain have shown a preference for living at home, either alone or with their partners, instead of sharing a home with relatives of other generations. A study by the University of Granada delves into the reasons for this trend.
Why are elderly increasingly more inclined to live alone?
Based on figures from 2016, nearly 26.4 percent of children across the EU are experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, poverty or social exclusion. But the EU has one potential policy development to deal with this worrying trend, write Joanna Hofman and Katie Stewart.
Tackling EU child poverty through Child Guarantee
African American children are taking their lives at roughly twice the rate of their white counterparts, according to a new study that shows a widening gap between the two groups.
Suicide rates for black children twice that of white children
A new language is emerging to describe those who would have traditionally been called retired but are increasingly engaging in other forms of activity in later life.
Path you followed earlier in life important to your third age
Growing numbers of vulnerable homeless people are being fined, given criminal convictions and even imprisoned for begging and rough sleeping, the Guardian can reveal.
Hundreds of homeless people fined and imprisoned in England, Wales

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