The June Jobs report was just released, and it brings good news for the United States economy.
What do meme stocks and celebrity boxing have in common? That's just one of the topics in this week's Advisor Commentary.
The United States labor shortage is prompting big-name corporations to increase wages and add incentives to open roles.
The April Jobs report was depressing. But the GDP still rose 6.4% in the first quarter. Hopefully May's report will be back on track.
The U.S. adds 916,000 jobs in March, unemployment falls to 6%.
The short answer is: It depends on who you ask.
Although July 2020's unemployment numbers are concerning when looked at singularly, let's focus on the positive economic turn we're seeing as COVID-19 relief continues.
Questions to Consider to Help Make Sure Your Income and Loved Ones Are Protected in Case of Unemployment – Daily Flash Briefing
Usually income protection and insurance aren't the kind of things that keep us up at night. We might think about them every once in a while, but let's be honest — these times aren't normal. COVID-19 has the potential to change everything we thought we knew about finances. That's why now is the right time to look at your insurance coverage.