It seems entirely fitting that whether by happy accident or some kind of market prescience, the American Institute for Economic Research relocated from Cambridge, Mass. to Great Barrington in the 1940s. The independent nonprofit organization was established in 1933 to help ordinary AmericansRead More
“No serious steps were taken to address the underlying economic issues, and the federal debt situation has gotten much worse,” said Robert Hughes, senior research fellow with the American Institute for Economic Research.
However, there is good news for the outlook of the American economy. In the same survey, the economists predicted that the unemployment rate will drop to 4.7% in theRead More
Nonresidential fixed investment – a proxy for how much money domestic businesses are putting back into their own operations – fell 6.2 percent in the first three months of 2016, representing the metric's largest single drop since the country was in the midst of the Great Recession in 2009. Investments into new equipment contracted 9 percent, and spending on new
Before you jump back into caffeine-fueled study sessions, research salary and employment trends in your chosen field — especially if you want to make more money. That’s a realistic goal: Half of adults surveyed who successfully changed careers after age 45 said their income increased, according to a 2015Read More
This online tool for exploring urban job markets is very cool.
It could be a big help for high school and college graduates looking for work, especially those willing to migrate to a new city and trying to figure where to go. What’s unique about it is that it ranks the nation’s large, mid-sized, and small cities based on the user’s personal preferences.
To use theRead More