Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: Who Bears the Biggest Burden for Student Loans?

Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: Who Bears the Biggest Burden for Student Loans?

We’ve scoured the web to bring you our favorite and most useful money-related articles of the week. We read everything, so you don’t have to!

Studies show that four years after graduating from business school, student loans take up 25% of women's earnings—but only 14% of men's. Why the gender pay gap doesn't just affect income. Student Debt Can Hurt Women More Than Men — Bloomberg Business

First, the bad news: Nearly two-thirds of Americans say that this time of year puts them under financial stress. The good? They've already started making smart money moves to ease the anxiety. The Holidays Are Stressing Americans Out … But They're Working On It — The Street

For some, a job is just a paycheck. For others, it's a sense of fulfillment. What the difference could mean to the future success of a company—and how to come out on top. How to Grow the Purpose-Driven Workforce — Fast Company

Lost your iPhone? Want to expand your vocabulary? Burning to know the title to that catchy song? There's an app for that—and you can find it among the ranking of today's best iPhone apps ever. 100 Best iPhone Apps of All Time — Mashable

Well, that was awkward—but it doesn't have to be! Flex your social skills with habits that'll take you from wallflower to socialite. 7 Easy Ways to Stop Being Socially Awkward — Business Insider

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