January 23, 2022
  • January 23, 2022

Job insecurity linked to depression during COVID-19: study

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“It is clear from this study that the Covid-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects on young adults,” said study author Kyle T Ganson of the University of Toronto in the United States. “It is imperative that public policies tackle economic downturns to ensure job security for young adults, which could eventually attack their mental...

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How the far right is using video games and technology to attract and radicalize teenage recruits | The extreme right

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John was 15 when a member of his Facebook group volunteered to become Britain’s “first white suicide bomber”. Another advocated attending Friday prayers at the local mosque and “killing people where they are”. Another wanted to burn down the place of worship. In the end, no blood was shed. Police quickly raided several houses...

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13 universities with the highest international student acceptance rates | Best colleges

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Many schools admit most or almost all international applicants. It is easier for future international students to be admitted in some American colleges that others. Among the 117 ranked National universities which received at least 500 international applicants and reported this data to US News, the average acceptance rate for international students was 43.8%...

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What are your chances of entering medical school?

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Only about 41% of applicants in the United States medical schools who applied for admission for the 2019-2020 school year registered, according to official statistics published by the Association of American Medical Colleges. This is one of the reasons why medical school admissions experts advise applicants to have a realistic perspective of their degrees...

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