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Commute times, Thanksgiving pizza, economic education, credit card delinquencies, and a Tik Tok economist
Hi y’all! Here are five stories from this week that contained some neat applications of economic principles or are related to teaching:
Most Americans still have to commute every day, but a lot has changed over the past few years [The New York Times]
DiGiorno is selling a limited-edition, frozen Thanksgiving Pizza topped with turkey, gravy, sweet potatoes, onions, green beans, and cranberries, all atop mozzarella and cheddar cheeses [Food Dive]
Why economic education matters [Marketplace]
Millennial credit card delinquencies are now higher than pre-pandemic [Federal Reserve Bank of New York]
Gen Z has been hooked on TikTok since 2020, and economics professors like Chris Clark are meeting students on the app [Inside Higher Ed]
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