Our brains are programmed to only factor in events we've either experienced or have studied. There's nothing wrong with that, but it's something we all need to understand as we deal with something NOBODY has experienced. Despite the best efforts of stock market "experts," we also have never seen anything
$741,198 spent for every 1 job added.
Assuming those jobs paid the average hourly wage of $25.69 and each worker worked the average 34.5 hours per week, the average annual income would by $46,088.
Not counting interest payments on the debt used to generate
For nearly every person still alive, we’ve been conditioned to believe the government and Federal Reserve can “stimulate” our economy out of recession by simply increasing spending and lowering interest rates. While this textbook theory continues to be gospel for nearly every economist, few are