More Americans Expect Their Earnings to Increase


Five in ten Independents and Democrats report working full-time; whereas 55% of Republicans confirmed the same.

Meanwhile, more than seven in ten Americans believe sticking with their current employers will provide the best shot at career advancement.

Bettering the economy going forward

Amid all the negative hits the economy has taken as of late, some good news stands as a relief for many people. Nevertheless, a way to go still exists before the economy is completely out of the woods.

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Right now, bringing down the inflation rate remains a vital step for economic health. The same also applies to lowering interest rates.

Despite the Federal Reserve’s insistence that increasing interest rates is going to lower inflation, real-world evidence continues to tell a different story.

Each time the central bank moves up interest rates, this means Americans with mortgages, credit card balances, car loans, or other borrowed funds have to pay more money. This makes it harder for people to achieve debt-free status or reach other coveted financial milestones.