How long it takes for unemployment to get back to normal
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Analyzing #US #recessions taking into account period of jobs below peak
It will take a long time for broad unemployment to get back to where it was.
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Get Rich, Live Longer: The Ultimate Consequence of Income Inequality - Derek Thompson - The Atlantic Women live longer than men, overall. But their inequality gap getting worse. A rich woman at 55 can expect to live a decade longer than a poor woman, too. But this gap grew even more between the Silent and early Boomer generations, by six years.
Richer women live longer.
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@Matty Chuah Wall Street Journal says: Richer women live longer.
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Richer men live longer.
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Get Rich, Live Longer: The Ultimate Consequence of Income Inequality - Derek Thompson - The Atlantic A rich man (top decile) born in 1940 can expect to live 10 years longer after he turns 55 than a poor man (bottom decile). That longevity gap grew by four years in one generation.
The Richer You Are the Older You’ll Get - WSJ.com: Men of all incomes are living longer. Yet the data shows that the life expectancy of the wealthy is growing much faster than the life expectancy of the poor.
Poor People are Living Shorter Lives
The richer you are the longer you live.
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Get Rich, Live Longer: The Ultimate Consequence of Income Inequality - Derek Thompson - The Atlantic Here's the money chart and it tells a really sad story. In the richest country in the world, the expected lifespan of middle- and lower-income women is actually declining. At every income level, more money means more life.
The Richer You Are the Older You’ll Get (Wall Street Journal) #infographic shows Change in Life Expectancy. The article has other charts.
Voluntary donations to pay down the US debt aren't really pulling in much money.
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Prices for fruits and vegetables expected to rise.
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#SceneOnGreen - Grocery shoppers may soon need more green in their wallets to afford their next salad.
Attention Shoppers: Fruit and Vegetable Prices Are Rising - ISAGENIX SUPER FOODS ARE FAR LESS PER MEAL
It costs more to prepare your taxes.
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The gap in hourly wages between men and women. It's narrower than the overall gap because women work fewer hours.
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The gap in incomes between men and women.
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Men in the U.S. have made no income gains in over four decades. Adjusted for inflation, men earn less today than they did in 1972. http://on.wsj.com/1m1jZc5
The pay gap between men and women around the world.
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How the U.S. compares to gender pay gaps around the world
Is the Gender Pay Gap Closing or Has Progress Stalled? - WSJ.com
Claims for unemployment benefits are back at prerecession lows.
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With interest rates higher, fewer people are looking to refinance their mortgages.
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Most cities have unemployment rates near the national level, but more are higher than lower.
Fed officials don't see as many risks as they did.
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You can buy 10 White Castle sliders with an hour of minimum wage work. In 1981, you could buy 12.
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How Many White Castle Sliders Does Minimum Wage Buy?
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When San Jose raised the minimum wage fast food workers were laid off, but new ones were hired soon after.
The share of moms who don't work outside the home is rising after decades of decline.
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More Moms Staying Home, Reversing Decades-long Decline: After decades of decline, the share of mothers who stay home with their children has steadily risen over the last several years, a new report has found. In 2012, 29% of all mothers with children under age 18 stayed at home, a figure that has steadily risen since 1999 when 23% of mothers were stay-at-home, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday. The share of stay-at-home moms had been dropping since 1967, when...
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There are 2.5 unemployed people for every job opening, the lowest ratio since July 2008.
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There are 2.5 unemployed people for each U.S. job opening, the lowest level since July 2008. http://on.wsj.com/1eeSVWY pic.twitter.com/Z5elNXLptM
Temporary workers and consultants account for more than one-tenth of all U.S. job growth since 2009.
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Temporary workers and consultants account for more than one-tenth of all U.S. job growth since 2009. We need more Public Workers! More teachers, more police, more fire fighters, etc.
The gap between the unemployment rates for White and other races has moved higher after the recession