Gotta love the bizarro world of job stats: Hiring is down and layoffs are up, yet unemployment is static. What gives?
Despite data suggesting things aren’t half bad, the nation remains unhappy about the economy. Why?
A rough earnings season has high-end retailers fearing a prolonged slump.
Six figures of debt and no job? Minimal debt and a job with an above-median salary? The latter’s appeal is growing.
US employees have shaved 30 minutes off their average workweeks since 2019.
Nearly 75% of Americans had a problem with a company in the last year.
Despite a $2.3T dip, the housing market has netted significant growth in recent years.
Across industries, bonuses are looking less likely.
Beyond sandwiches and soup, Pret A Manger offers insight to the global economy.