Headlines from Across the MAPSep 08, 2022
America has been struggling through a crippling housing crisis for much of the last decade. Many may intuitively feel this, but the data is even starker than emotions suggest. Nearly half of all renters, amounting to 20 million households, are burdened by housing costs. 10 million renters are severely burdened, spending more than half of their gross income on housing.
- Our Built Environment: "America’s Affordable Housing Problem"
- Bespoke: "Jackson Hole's Increasing Importance"
- Visual Capitalist: "The Inflation Factor: How Rising Food And Energy Prices Impact the Economy"
- Zero Hedge: "Here Are The Best And Worst Performing Assets In August And YTD"
- Go Banking Rates: "Thanks To Inflation, Gen Z And Millennials Will Now Need $3M In Retirement Savings To Live Comfortably"
- Barron's: "The Labor Shortage Will Get Worse And May Last For Decades"
- CNBC: "67% Of Pandemic ‘Boomerang Kids’ Are Still Living With Mom And Dad"
- VOX: "The Housing Market Slowdown, Explained In 7 Charts"
- Noahpinion: "American Workers Need Lots And Lots Of Robots"
- Zero Hedge: "The US Economy Is Still Being Artificially Supported By Trillions In COVID Stimulus"
- The Wall Street Journal: "Inflation And The Scariest Economics Paper Of 2022"
- The Deep Dive: "New Study Finds That Half Of US Workforce Are ‘Quiet Quitters’"
- Reuters: "Analysis: Putin's Energy Gamble May Prove A Double-edged Sword For Russia"