“We are currently stuck in a kind of pandemic purgatory,” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.
For almost four decades, property prices have increased at a much faster rate than wages.
The mix between reality and hyper-reality creates huge potential for attracting eyeballs and making money.
Civilian calls for police reform often end in policy changes at the top that are then deeply resented by the rank and file.
The surge of employee activism has raised the question that labor unions might seize the moment to organize Amazon workers.
Not only are most people still working from home, but, according to the Kung Group, many will continue at home indefinitely.
More than two-fifths of large companies surveyed by the WEF plan to reduce their workforces due to integration of technology.
Around 20% of bargain hunters report taking a pay cut due to the pandemic.
In 1989, when baby boomers were around the same age, they controlled almost five times as much wealth as millennial do today.
Covid-19 has exacerbated inequality in the U.S., with job losses falling heavily on low-wage service workers