Currently, America’s economy continues to show mixed signs about its recovery. Each month brings new, and sometimes conflicting, data about the country. Reports on consumer spending, unemployment, and manufacturing usually bring good news. An occasional report will come around that gives a more conservative evaluation of economic growth. Without a doubt, the economy is showing remarkable improvement, but that doesn’t mean everything is perfect.

Our country’s economy continues to grow at a steady but slow pace. Sure, stock markets have hit (more…)

13-07-2013
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The economic problems that have occurred in recent years have been named by some the “Great Recession.” This is the worst period of economic decline since the Great Depression of the 1920s and 1930s. While many economists claim that the economic indicators are improving, the state of the the economy today is for many people very poor.

One of the key indicators of continued trouble with the economy is the high level of unemployment. After a period a better than expected new job creation, the figures from last month were well below the economic forecasts. The (more…)

7-05-2013
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Keeping an eye on the economy is a wise move on your part. One benefit to keeping an eye on the economy is so that you can be aware of the changing job market and different changes being made to taxes that are taken out of paychecks. The best way to keep yourself abreast of the changing news is by watching the news regularly, reading online articles and reading the daily newspaper. Watching the news can sometimes be scary with all of the lingo that (more…)

19-03-2013
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The economy seems to be a very abstract thing until it starts to affect your life. Economic depression is something that hurts people at every level of society, and when you are feeling the pinch yourself, you might be wondering what you can do. There are steps that everyone can take to help out a little bit.

Buy local. When you purchase things from overseas, you are sending that money away. That means that it leaves (more…)

16-03-2013
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Most economic analysts believe that we are headed towards a recovery based on the most recent unemployment reports. Unemployment reports are extremely important in gauging the economy as well as the housing market, because historically all of these issues have shown a strong correlation. The more people who are working, the better the economy is generally doing. The last few quarters have shown a decrease in the unemployed.

Analysts believe that along with the economy rebounding, the housing market will be recovering too. When the housing market (more…)

14-03-2013
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Many people in the United States believe that the economy will not rebound as the President hopes. Obama made many promises on the campaign trail that are going to be very difficult to hold up to and accomplish in four years. With the deficit as high as it is, the United States will be lucky if China does not call in their loans. If we were to have to pay this back right now, we would be in a mess. If some of the hidden payouts were voted against, we may be able (more…)

13-03-2013
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The economy is getting better, though not as robustly as many would like. Employment, capital/labor interplay and inflation factor into the economy’s performance.

Employment
Outsourcing is limited by rising wages overseas. Political instability in other low-wage countries limits employers’ opportunities to outsource jobs. The internet allows more opportunities for startups and efficient project-based employment. Since employees know they will not be with a project or company for very long, they will budget accordingly and (more…)

12-03-2013
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