The Data Examiner 12/31/2023


According to new research, more than half of millennials think they’re more mature than their parents – financially (58%). A survey of 2,000 millennials examined their financial knowledge and found that while many feel they know more than their parents, 71% still want to learn more. But respondents aren’t sitting on their hands – half of those surveyed said they’ve already taken more interest in managing their finances this year than last year. So much so that eight in 10 are confident in managing their finances.

The U.S. Enters 2024 With Its Smallest Military In Over 80 Years:

The United States is set to enter 2024 with its smallest military in more than eight decades and faces one of its ‘greatest challenges’ as it tries to boost recruiting from Gen Z, Pentagon officials said. Under the $886 billion annual defense bill passed by Congress, the total active-duty troop numbers will fall to 1,284,500 next year. That is the lowest total since before the U.S. entered the Second World War in 1941, and officials said there should be a ‘national call to service.’


The anti-semitism on display at dozens of elite universities may come as a shock to many.


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Elon Musk Says DEI ‘Must Die’:

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) mandates are in and of themselves a form of discrimination and must end, Elon Musk said. “DEI must DIE,” the billionaire wrote in an X-post. DEI programs have been enacted at American corporations to help minorities who have faced discrimination by giving them hiring, training and mentorship advantages. Musk said that while DEI’s intent “was to end discrimination,” it has served to “replace it with different discrimination.”

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From the impoverished son of a banished co-revolutionary of Mao to the most powerful Chinese leader in 50 years, Xi Jinping’s ascent is a fascinating tale of ambition. WATCH

Who Had 6 Or More Drinks In One Sitting:

Which countries has had 6 or more drinks in one sitting in the past month.


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