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Early 2018 implications for the US economy: notes

The US economy has undergone a series of ups and downs in recent years, and now, as we look forward to 2018, forecasts for the next few years appear to be promising, according to the Balance. It is estimated that most of the economic indicators will remain at healthy levels and perhaps experience growth by […]

Social media’s relationship with economics

  Social media and economics may seem like totally different worlds on the surface, but they share one important characteristic: they are ever-changing in their impact on a society. Regardless of the system in question, a state’s economic infrastructure is layered in its relevance and ability to keep that state functional, and now, social media […]

The Four Economic Systems: Market Economics

  There are four main types of economic systems in the world: Traditional, command, market, and mixed.  Each one of these offers its own unique set of pros and cons, sub-economies and tendencies, and plenty more. Earlier, I took a look at traditional economics, but here I’ll be discussing yet another: market economics.   Market […]

The worst economic crises of all time

Economic and financial stability are crucial focal points for any successful society, but constant nuances and fluctuations can occasionally make these variables hard to manage, which in turn can lead to times of crisis. Unfortunately, there are have been several significant economic crises that have occurred throughout history all over the world. Below are a […]

The Impact Of Temporary Work

In today’s economy, working a temporary job has become more and more popular. And what’s more: the demand for temps is higher now than it has ever been. But that doesn’t mean that temping is thought of as the ideal career. The temp industry is now providing work for about 2.9 million people. This makes […]

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