As everyone knows, the economy is worse than it has been in the past five years. The current economic crisis is not a crisis for the nation or even the world, but it is a crisis for the American public.
And while economic problems have a certain logic to them, they are not the same as our country’s problems. Americans are not sick with a crisis, they are sick with a recession. A recession is a period of time when spending is lower and employment is lower. A recession occurs when government spending cuts pay for itself and consumers are worse off then they were before the recession.
One of the biggest reasons for the recession in the US was the economic stimulus programs and tax cuts passed in the 1990s. This is why your paycheck only rises 4.4% during a recession. During the same time period, spending is higher, employment is lower, and consumer spending and employment are both higher. During the period of a recession, your paycheck is lower and your job is worse. The same thing takes place when the recession comes to a country that is struggling.
There are a few factors that go into this. First, a recession is a serious problem that requires a lot of resources and a lot of money to fix. Second, a recession will almost always result in higher unemployment and lower wages. This is especially true if the recession has hit the middle class. With the average income of a middle class household dropping by about 10 percent during the recession, that means that a drop in the average income means a drop in the overall purchasing power of a household.
The problem is more often than not the economy isn’t doing well, so the rich keep taking what they want. And when the recession hits, many of the companies take advantage and raise prices to compensate. This causes more people to lose their jobs, and then everyone in the middle class loses their house. This is called foreclosure, and it comes in a number of forms.
The foreclosure crisis is all about the banks raising prices to compensate for the decrease in the overall purchasing power of the economy (that means fewer jobs, less income, lower buying power). The problem is that the banks (and those who work for them) don’t realize this, and as a result, the public is getting screwed on a daily basis.
People are losing their houses because they are not able to pay their rent. This is often because they are forced to sell their car and use the money to cover the mortgage.
The crisis is not really a crisis, unless you count the amount of people trying to move into your neighborhood who are buying your house at its all time high price. (Or people moving into your neighborhood who are not being able to pay your rent.
It really doesn’t matter if you have a house or not. It’s not like you’re homeless or living in a tent, you’re just sitting on the couch in your underwear. You’re going to get your rent, and if you don’t pay your rent, you’re going to get evicted.
The crisis that is happening everywhere in the country right now is the crisis of homelessness. We’re seeing more and more people come into our neighborhoods all over the country. We are seeing the beginning of the end of the American dream of owning a home. And for many, the end of affordable housing. You know the old adage of “If you don’t have a job, get a job”? Well that’s not working anymore either.