Category: US Economy

Surprising Business Benefits from the Pandemic

Surprisingly, despite the fact that the pandemic has been raging for two years, many businesses in America are finding economic success. From the bleak picture formulated in March of 2020,  this positive economic news is a welcome surprise for entrepreneurs and workers alike. By changing their business models and leaning

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Filling the Empty Offices

  With the trend toward remote working, office buildings have been left behind while their workers stay home, like dinosaurs rising out of the mist. And with so much of the country still locked in a debate about when and if workers might return to business as usual, the question

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Lack of Immigrant Workers Slows Economy

Whether you are trying to stay in a hotel, get your roof fixed, or even eat out at your favorite restaurant, you have probably noticed the lack of workers. There is one glaring reason employers have so many gaps in their staff: There are not enough immigrant workers. The combined

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Adnan Zai

Price Hike for the Holidays

If your turkey and stuffing fixings are costing you more this year as you prepare for the holiday of Thanksgiving, you are not alone. At a 30 year high, inflation has reared its ugly head just as the holidays are approaching, and for those who were already struggling to make

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Businesses Stay Buoyant Despite Challenges

The American economy has been through the wringer for more than 18 months. And just when things started looking up, the Delta variant reared its ugly head to derail the positive movement of the economy from early in the summer. Fortunately, with schools opening and college students going back to

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Adnan Zai

Time to Enjoy the Golden Era

At a time when many companies are in crisis, the story for business owners has become even bleaker with the retirement of many Baby Boomers who have chosen to leave the workforce. Whether they are worried about the coronavirus, or have realized that it is time to enjoy their Golden

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Adnan Zai

Where have all the Workers Gone?

The current 5.9% unemployment rate, compared to 3.5% before the pandemic, shows that the country is still suffering from joblessness. But the situation becomes more unusual because there are plenty of job openings and a plethora of workers. Unfortunately, the workers who need jobs are not a suitable match for

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Adnan Zai

Closing in on Pre-Pandemic Numbers

The economy has faced a long road to equilibrium, considering the way the pandemic has pounded it over the last 15 months. But recent reports are all bringing positive news, with many growth indicators back on track and most all showing signs of recovery. If anything, the economic recovery has

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