Whereas fewer babies are born during recessions and major catastrophes, it appears we could have a pandemic baby boom surprise.
Knowing that tomorrow is National Tooth Fairy Day, the Tooth Fairy could be smiling…but not for long. Like most childcare costs, the Tooth Fairy’s expenses have been rising recently. Cost of Children Tooth Fairy If the Tooth Fairy visited your…
A detailed look at how housing spending boosts the GDP reveals every floor of the expense and its significance.
When assessing the economy consumers used to perceive economic indicators accurately but more recently their outlook has been skewed.
Using data from Atlas and United Van Lines, and the U.S. Census, we can look more closely at U.S. migration during 2021.
Suggesting causation, people are pointing out that as gasoline prices go up, more drivers are stranded with an empty tank.
While the most recent USDA totals are outdated, the tooth fairy and teenage baby sitters can tell us the up-to-date cost of raising a child.
Knowing that consumers fuel the GDP, we can ask if our projected Mother’s Day spending will continue to support the economy.
Precision is impossible when defining the middle class because we all know what we mean until we try to agree on the criteria.