Jobs Report Sends a Signal That the Economic Recovery Could Be Fading… Millions of Americans May Not Be Able to Pay Their Rent in October… 56 Million Americans Depended on Food Banks

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‘Massively Concerning’ Jobs Report Sends a Signal That the Economic Recovery Could Be Fading

The Labor Department reported Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 661,000 in September. In normal times, that type of hiring pace would be considered a sign of a robust job market.

Millions of Americans May Not Be Able to Pay Their Rent in October

The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for many Americans to generate income and, as a result, pay their rent. As many as 35 million people in the U.S. may face eviction. Here’s what to do if you’re at risk of losing your home.

Report: 56 Million Americans Depended on Food Banks During the Pandemic

Once only associated with enemy nations and the Great Depression, bread lines have returned to the US, often in form of miles-long traffic jams or car parks filled with hungry drivers., COVID-19, Food Banks, PEW, report,

The U.S. Economy Was Laden With Debt Before Covid. That’s Bad News for a Recovery: WSJ

The country entered the recession with record levels of consumer, business and government debt. Fourteen charts explain how we got there, and what it means for getting the economy going again.

US Factory Orders Disappoint In August

Fiscal stimulus stat!!

U.S. Facing ‘Higher Risk of Recession’ Now: Economist

The September jobs report points to “a higher risk of recession,” as more Americans become long-term unemployed, according to S&P Global U.S. Chief Economist Beth Ann Bovino. She spoke with Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi.

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