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Defining Secular Stagnation | Economics

When we think of economic downturns, we generally think of them as flat up or down. We are all familiar with terms like recession. That is what we are now very slowly getting out of. We know, from our parents and grandparents, what the utter devastation of a┬ádepression is. We know, from our most recent experience, the Great Recession, what that feels like. Some months back, a term was added to the economic conversation: secular stagnation. Though the concept isn’t a new one, it has recently been reintroduced. Continue reading Defining Secular Stagnation | Economics

Over 50 and once successful, jobless Americans seek support groups to help where Congress has failed | Money | The Guardian

Friday 7 November 2014

When she lost her job, Lisa Casino-Schuetz fell into a depression. Then she felt the deepest fear she had ever experienced. Continue reading Over 50 and once successful, jobless Americans seek support groups to help where Congress has failed | Money | The Guardian