Jennifer L. Gaskin
Journalism, Data-Driven Writing, Content Marketing, Graphic Design, Very Good Jokes


FEATURED | Feb. 26, 2019 | Feb. 26, 2019

Hottest Cities & States for Cordcutters in 2019

Access to broadband + ample bandwith = ideal Netflix experience. I analyzed which cities and states stand to grow the most in the coming year in both of those areas and, as a result, where more people will be ditching cable in 2019. | March 14, 2019 | March 14, 2019

Oh my God, Becky, Someone Stole Your Identity

According to federal data, the Americans who should be most concerned about identity theft and fraud is actually a small group — white women from Michigan. Check out the details here. | Feb. 5, 2019 | Feb. 5, 2019

Looking for Love After 50? Science Says Head to Maryland (and Away From Mississippi)

Let’s face it: Dating sucks. And that’s true when you’re young, so imagine how hard it is when you’re not so young.

But what if I told you some states in the U.S. will give seniors a better chance of finding that special someone to grow even older with?

Based on my analysis of Census data on how many older folks are single and ready to mingle and how many have lots of disposable income, which makes dating, you know, possibly fun, there are a handful of states that give seniors a better chance than others.

The best state for single seniors? Maryland. The worst? Mississippi. Read more here.

Why Does Everybody Retire in Florida?

Most of us would like to imagine our golden years will be filled with safety, financial security and relaxation. And no doubt, the 50 million Americans who are 65 and older today are hoping for the same. But the sad fact is millions of older Americans can’t sit back and take it easy. Whether they’re still working or they’re living in poverty, or they’re targets of fraud and violence, far too many of our oldest citizens are dealing with unsafe conditions, according to a new report. Read more here. | Jan. 10, 2019 | Jan. 10, 2019 | Feb. 13, 2019 | Feb. 13, 2019

Which States Are at Highest Risk for Cyberattacks?

Cybercrime is one of the biggest problems in modern life. From being the victim of a scam to online shopping fraud to possible hacking of election systems, the more connected we become to each other online, the more we expose ourselves to potential risk.

More than 60 percent of American adults have been victimized by a major data breach, but there are a few states where residents have less chance of falling victim. Read more about this in-depth analysis here. | Sept. 6, 2018 | Sept. 6, 2018

Top 6 Population Migrations in American History

Did you know that the invention of the automobile and air conditioning have helped transform the landscape of the United States? Learn about that and more. Click here to read the article. | Aug. 31, 2018 | Aug. 31, 2018

Why Business Schools Should Embrace Big Data Energy

This isn’t your grandpa’s business world anymore. So why does business school bear a striking resemblance to the world of “Mad Men,” with ancient wisdom? The future of business is Big Data, and it’s time MBA programs got on board. Click here to read the article. | Dec. 17, 2018 | Dec. 17, 2018

Which States Are the Best for Kids’ Safety and Happiness?

Whether it’s the chances of living in poverty, how much violence kids are exposed to or tragedies that can take place inside the home, when it comes to the quality of kids’ lives, there’s enormous regional variation. Take a look at the data analysis here. | Jan. 15, 2019 | Jan. 15, 2019

85,000+ Reasons Why Blockchain Is the Career of the Future

2018 was a mixed year for blockchain technologies. Cryptocurrency, saw a huge decline in value, with crypto’s total market capitalization shedding more than three-quarters of its value over the course of the year. Add to that uncertainty over legal and regulatory hurdles to blockchain adoption, and you could be forgiven for thinking 2018 was a bad year for the technology.

The truth is blockchain continues to disrupt industries and markets throughout the world, as well as helping revolutionize economies. It’s causing a splash in the job market, too. Learn more about the blockchain careers you can launch today. | Oct. 5, 2018 | Oct. 5, 2018

I’m From Indiana; Everything Is Coke

Nobody wants to believe they actually live up to the stereotypes of where they live, but it turns out, when it comes to food, those stereotypes are pretty much based in fact. Check out the analysis of a year’s worth of tweets here.


Content Writing Services

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In addition to developing original reporting, I’m also available to help populate your website and blog with well-written, high-quality content to aid your SEO and marketing efforts. The image at right gives you just a peekk at some of the sites I’ve helped develop content for.

Because my background is in journalism, I’m able to understand complex and niche topics with ease and then write about them from a position of authority. This helps lend an air of expertise to your content without you having to write a single word.