WASHINGTON — Cellphones may seem like an appendage to most people, but a new survey found landline phones are essential to many Americans at work. The Pew Research Center found that 35 percent of more than…
WASHINGTON — Fewer than half of children under 18 live in a home with two married, heterosexual parents who in their first marriage, a new analysis by the Pew Research Center finds. The analysis of…
Cellphones, the Internet and social media have become staples in today\’s fast-paced, technology-fueled world. But how does digital technology fit into the relationships of many Americans?
A Pew Research Center finds bosses are more satisfied with their lives than workers who are not in management.
Teenagers\’ social media pages may be more private than those of their parents, but it\’s not mom and dad they turn to for help when it comes to privacy.
Parents concerned about what their teenagers
access on the Internet may have more reason to
worry. A new Pew survey shows some teens are
accessing the Web primarily via mobile device.
Parents are more concerned about the kind of
contact their kids have online and what it could
mean to their future on everything from college
admission to job searches.