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It turns out being popular in high school could actually be important later in life. New research from the University of Chicago suggests there’s a correlation between the size of a person’s social network in high school and the money he or she earns as an adult.

Guest: Gabriella Conti, Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago’s Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy.

Learn more about Conti’s work on human development.