Michael Sasso

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Millions Of U.S. Workers Are Still Missing After The Pandemic. Where Did They Go?

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The labor-force participation rate remains stubbornly below pre-Covid levels.

Young, Educated American Men 'Quiet Quit' Jobs The Most During Covid

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Quiet quitting refers to workers scaling back overall effort and time spent on the job.

Highest Interest Rates In 15 Years Are Derailing The American Dream

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Average credit card interest rates have climbed to just over 19%, the highest going back to 1985.

Everyone's An Energy Trader As Power Bills Hit The Sky

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Some 20 million households across the nation have fallen behind on their utility bills.

Wall Street Says A Recession Is Coming. Consumers Say It's Already Here

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Just as the pandemic and its recovery proved to be k-shaped, so the next deterioration may prove similarly unequal.

Phoenix, Atlanta Once Again Top Inflation Ranks Of Major Cities

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Inflation has burned hotter in Sunbelt cities than in traditional urban centers like New York and Chicago.

Small Firms See Business Conditions Fading In U.S. As Prices Soar

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High inflation has taken a toll on local business conditions.

The ‘Great Retirement' Disconnect That Puzzles U.S. Economists

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The surge in Americans going into retirement hasn't yet led to an increase in Social Security benefit applications.

A Quarter Of U.S. Firms Raised Wages, Gave Bonuses In Covid Era

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Despite a rise in "telework," few companies are reducing office space.

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