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Apr 5, 2022
The labor force participation rate — the percentage of Americans age 16 and older who are working or actively looking for work — peaked in early 2000, when it began to drop due to aging baby boomers and more young people in college.
Mar 8, 2022
Driven by labor shortages, median hourly wages increased at an annual rate of 5.2% in December 2021, the highest level since June 2001.
Feb 3, 2022
After taking a nosedive at the start of the pandemic recession, business applications rose sharply, peaking in July 2020.
Jan 20, 2022
For those who are healthy, the odds are in favor of a long retirement.
Dec 3, 2021
After being largely dormant for the last decade, inflation roared back in 2021 due to various factors related to the pandemic and economic recovery.
Oct 29, 2021
Approximately 157 million Americans are covered by employer-sponsored health insurance.
Sep 27, 2021
About 77% of retirees between the ages of 62 and 75 plan to spend down at least some of their retirement assets.
Aug 25, 2021
Most states (and D.C.) with an income tax have multiple tax brackets with graduated rates; nine states have only a single tax rate.
Jul 26, 2021
The median number of years that wage and salary workers had been with their current employer was 4.1 years in January 2020.
Jul 1, 2021
In January 2021, more than seven out of 10 workers were very or somewhat confident that they would have enough money to live comfortably throughout their retirement years.
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