The economy is improving, but the healing isn’t being felt equally. Wealthier Am…


The economy is improving, but the healing isn’t being felt equally. Wealthier Americans — especially the uber-rich whose fortunes are tied to the stock market — are thriving, while poorer Americans continue to rely on government aid just to survive. From 2019 to 2020, workers paid in the bottom fourth of the income spectrum lost nearly 7.9 million jobs, while the highest-paid workers gained nearly a million jobs.⁠

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  1. This is obvious lol. Fast food places and retail stores shut down. Offices and businesses kept running…This shouldnt be a surprise

  2. Get it through your heads people.Republicans are for the rich.Democrats are for the poor and middle class.This is not hard math.Try to keep up!

  3. It all depends on market demand. If it is high, will generate more jobs. Govt should work on demand and supply if govt add more jobs in mkt.will help to people.

  4. Politicians forcing low income people out of work. Surprised when low income people are out of work 😂

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