Looking at racial and gender inequality gaps, we see past, present, and future decreases in the GDP that affect everyone.
While cities, states, and countries have many more cashless transactions because of the pandemic, there is a downside.
In addition to income and gender inequality, there is a happiness gap that relates to income, education, and job prestige.
Unequal internet access in the U.S. and beyond has created a remote learning “homework gap” that relates to geography and income.
A recent study provides insight about income inequality by asking if we believe financial success comes from our own effort or the environment.
In most of the world’s advanced economies, there are gains in certain areas and lagging regions elsewhere that create a disparity and less economic growth.
Although the BLS reports the CPI (Consumer Price Index) inflation rate each month, our own household could see different price changes.
Boarding JetBlue recently, a gracious gentleman offered to let me move in front of him. Embarrassed, I refused and explained that my boarding group was “D.” And he was a “B.” When I fly on jetBlue to visit my daughter…