Frontline workers at 13 of the 20 top U.S. retail companies saw an average pay increase of just $1.11 an hour, or 10%, a new analysis found.
Colorado, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Washington are among the states that are proposing smaller economic relief packages while talks in Congress remain stalled.
The familiar Black Friday scene likely won’t materialize in 2020 because the majority of Americans are opting to shop online this year amid a pandemic.
President-elect Joe Biden wants to help Americans save for their golden years by expanding access to retirement savings plans, strengthening Social Security, and making health care more affordable.
In a letter to Congress, 127 economists pressed Congress to send Americans a second round of stimulus checks.
While regular recessions tend to reduce the gender wage gap by around 2%, this pandemic-induced recession has increased it by 5%, according to a new report.
The CDC recommended that Americans stay put for Thanksgiving and celebrate only with their immediate households to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Mortgage rates dropped to a new low for the 13th time this year, allowing a record number of homeowners to refinance, according to Freddie Mac.
In October alone, 1 million more Americans fell below the poverty threshold, a study from the University of Chicago found.
As President Elect Joe Biden takes office next year, Medicare beneficiaries may also want to keep an eye out for additional initiatives around prescription drug price stabilization and a possible lower eligibility age.