The Corporation for Enterprise Development recently reported that nearly half of all Americans are one unexpected setback away from financial collapse.
Unemployment is up, GDP growth is negative, and consumer confidence is at a four year low. Is the U.S. economy tearing at the seams?
Millennial unemployment shot over 13% in January. The U.S. economy 10 years down the line could be negatively impacted by the youth jobless rate we see today.
For the third straight month, the unemplyment rate for those people under the age of 30 spiked, now at 13%. This is a mind-boggling number that should act as an alarm for the nation as a whole.
Student loan debt is nowhere near the 2007 mortgage debt that sunk the economy. More so, as the economy recovers, youth unemployment will ease.
The latest data shows that the U.S. economy shrunk in the last quarter. It's the first contraction since 2009 and Republicans are the ones to blame.
Despite rising share prices on Wall Street, Americans are feeling incredibly negative toward their country's economic outlook. Is it justified?
Women are swarming college campuses, but consistently earn less than their male counterparts after graduation, even when they put in the same hours at the same job.