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The FINANCIAL -- Mississippi remains the most religious state in the U.S., with 59% of its residents in 2016 classified as "very religious," followed by Alabama (56% very religious) and Utah (54%). Vermont is the least religious state; 21% of its residents are classified as very religious. Two other New England states, Maine and Massachusetts, are the second- and third-least ...

The FINANCIAL -- While 52% of U.S. college graduates report visiting the career services office at least once during their undergraduate experience, they are equally likely to say their experience ...

The FINANCIAL -- Amazon on December 7 announced its best-selling books of 2016, best-selling Kids & Teens books of 2016, as well as the Most Gifted and Most Wished For books of the year—just in ...

The FINANCIAL -- Language skills are ‘more vital than ever’ if the UK is to remain ‘outward looking’ and ‘open for business’ in the run up to Brexit, new British Council research has ...

The FINANCIAL -- Only 42% of U.S. adults currently have estate planning documents such as a will or living trust, according to a new Caring.com report. The percentage is even lower among those with ...

The FINANCIAL -- In many parts of the world, particularly in poorer countries, attainment of even the most basic education is still far from universal. Indeed, roughly one-in five-adults (19%) around ...

The FINANCIAL -- Considering the hard economic times that many have been forced to face in 2016 that saw fewer of them travel upcountry for the holidays, money has been cited as the major saviour for ...

The FINANCIAL -- Optimistic about the New Year? This and other questions asked in 25 countries around the world in this latest Global @dvisor ...

The FINANCIAL -- Some 1.3 million Millennial women gave birth for the first time in 2015, according to recently released data from the National Center for Health Statistics, raising the total number ...

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