Headlines from Across the MAPJun 23, 2022
More than a third of high-earning American workers feel strapped for cash — a share that has risen dramatically in recent years. Thirty-six percent of U.S. employees with salaries of $100,000 or more are living paycheck to paycheck — twice as many who said they were in 2019, according to a survey conducted by Willis Towers Watson, a consulting firm.
- CNBC: "Amid high inflation, 36% of employees earning $100,000 or more say they are living paycheck to paycheck"
- Zero Hedge: "Housing Affordability Hits Record Low As Mortgage Rates Soar To 6.1%"
- Zero Hedge: "72% Of Gen Zers Think They'll Be Rich One Day"
- The Wall Street Journal: "What Inflation? The Super Frugal Say They Were Made for This Moment"
- Visual Capitalist:"Global Trade Series: The Benefits of Free Trade"
- The Washington Post: "Americans are starting to pull back on travel and restaurants"
- VOX: "Leaked Amazon memo warns the company is running out of people to hire"
- CNBC: "Millions of students never finish college. Here’s what loan forgiveness may mean for them"
- Visual Capitalist: "Visualizing the Three Different Types of Inflation"
- The Washington Post: "The Fertility Crisis Started in Japan, But It Won’t Stay There"