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Approximately 44 million U.S. households are renters, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. While the majority of renters move freque…

A majority of homebuyers express a preference for new houses. But given the constraints on the supply of new housing, many more homebuyers are…

The booming real estate market has been one of the most noteworthy stories of the pandemic-era economy. Demand for residential real estate inc…

Compared to several decades ago, children under 18 are more than twice as likely to live with a single parent. Despite the rise in popularity of non-traditional living arrangements, such arrangements tend to offer less financial stability than dual-parent family structures. 

While the current wave of activism has primarily focused on systemic racism in the criminal justice system, racial disparities are present throughout many aspects of American life, including—and especially—the economy.

College degree holders often fare better in the job market during economic downturns than workers without a degree, but recent graduates at the beginning of their careers face unique challenges when job market conditions are tough.

Electricians can enter the field without four-year degrees and can instead opt for a less expensive trade school education or an apprenticeship that allows them to earn while they hone their skills. 

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