2020 was heartbreaking. And, when it wasn’t, it was weird. Sadly, inequality kept going on. Just like normal. Continue reading 2020 Was Normal in One Bad Way
Believe it or not, it has been nearly a year since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the U.S. economy. Time for a checkup. Continue reading An Employment Situation Checkup
They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words. Well, this chart is worth a 1,000 bad ones. Continue reading The Covid-19 Recession Versus the Great Recession in One Chart
The unemployment report from April highlights just how severe this crisis is. The report also illustrates just how unequal it is. Continue reading The April 2020 Unemployment Report is Bad. And Unequal.
Black and Hispanic workers have always made less and been less healthy than white workers. The Coronavirus isn’t helping. Continue reading Coronavirus didn’t Create Racial/Ethnic Inequality. But it’s Exaggerating It.
Lot’s of things in this crazy world don’t make sense. Employer-sponsored health insurance is one of them. Continue reading Should Health Insurance Come From Employers? Spoiler Alert: No.
The economically vulnerable always suffer the most in an economic emergency. Coronavirus is no different. Continue reading Coronavirus Targets the Economically Vulnerable