The Great Depression compared to our economy today. Are the Americans doomed or have politicians learnt something from history ? Economic because it is th numbers of jobs lost and the economic decline.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are more anxious about the economy now than they were right after the Great Recession ended despite stock market gains, falling unemployment and growth moving closer to full health. Seventy-one percent.
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The US economy may never be the same after the Great Recession
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These 7 Bogus Myths About Millennials And Money Get Debunked Once And For All
Anyone who knows details about Millennial money will tell you that our generation was dealt a pretty bad financial hand in the form of crazy student debt. Graduating up to our necks in debt — combined with a weak jobs economy around the Great Recession — meant that the Millennial generation had to work extra hard. Despite this hard work, most Millennials are avoiding major lifestyle expenses such as buying a home.
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Congressional Republicans complained loud and long the past 8 years about the budget deficits recorded during the Obama administration. The GOP was so adamant about the deficit being bad for the country, for the economy and for their grandchildren that, even when deficit spending was justified by the Great Recession, they [...]