The U.S. Census Bureau has a visualization that shows some of what we use to build a house, how much we spent (as a country), and how many jobs were created during 2018 and 2019. Let’s take a look. Housing-Related…
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While we know that GDP can influence an election, economists also ask whether the results of the election will affect the GDP.
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