Whereas fewer babies are born during recessions and major catastrophes, it appears we could have a pandemic baby boom surprise.
How Much We Were Willing To Work
Labor force participation rates could have conveyed only a part of the picture of how much we worked during the pandemic.
What We Can Learn From Lunch
As Covid restrictions and precautions subside and we return to work, we can ask how normal the four day workweek will become.
A Non-Scents Review on Amazon
Among the countless ways that Covid has affected our lives, now we can add the correlation suggested by Amazon candle reviews.
How Covid Caused a Bagels and Cream Cheese Crisis
Covid’s impact on factory labor, truck drivers, and packaging supplies has resulted in a New York City cream cheese shortage.
A Tale of Two Turkeys
From farms to grocery stores to the dining table, the Covid supply crunch has made Thanksgiving meal plans unpredictable.
How the ATM’s Twenty Dollar Bills Affect Us
The Atlanta Fed looked at how we spend our twenty dollar bills to see the ATM’s impact on whether we use cash or debit or credit.