Nomadland made waves for its depiction of older Americans in unstable economic circumstances. The truth is: it’s not that uncommon.
Social Security is important. Retirement preparedness is important. This post has links to content on both topics.
People have been talking about the labor shortage all summer. Is it all those unemployment benefits? Maybe not.
Over the last 40 years, inequality in wages has risen. But, money isn’t everything. Enjoying your time matters too. And, time inequality may be rising.
The U.S. was making progress on the life expectancy gap. New CDC data make it clear how perilous progress can be.
The phrase “I Quit” has a negative connotation. But, maybe it shouldn’t. After all, for many workers it’s their best bargaining chip.
Introducing Universal Pre-K would be costly. But, most investments are. And, the evidence suggests that this one would pay for itself.
Defining equal opportunity is hard. But, this post tries to do it and then look at data to see if the U.S. has it. Spoiler: it doesn’t.
Screwing up retirement savings is an equal opportunity proposition. End up on the right side of retirement inequality with a relatively painless step — talk to your partner!
The Voting Rights Act was important. But, it lost it’s teeth in 2013, and states are starting to take advantage.