Survey after survey reveals a large percentage of Americans remain concerned about their economic well-being. Our research shows these anxieties are not misplaced. The U.S. economy has become less dynamic since the Great Recession — more businesses have closed than opened, the rate of new business formation remains near an all-time low, and workers are finding it more difficult to change jobs, move to other states, and earn higher wages.
By: Steve Glickman & John Lettieri, EIG
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