How vaccines for younger children could boost economic recovery
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Also on the show: political uncertainty takes the stage in D.C.; an Afghan American reflects on what the past few weeks have meant for her family and her work; and how companies can use the weather to predict consumer behavior.
Segments From this episode
Families, businesses optimistic with vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds near
Parents dream of vacation, restaurants, ballet lessons — and mom finally being able to work.
Debt limits and infrastructure bills and reconciliation packages ... oh my!
Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams chats with Amy Scott about Congress’ legislative agenda and what it could mean for the economy.
What Taliban rule has meant for an Afghan American, personally and professionally
Homa Sorouri spent years working with international aid organizations in Afghanistan. It's "dreadful," she said, to see the work they did disappear.
How does the weather affect what we buy?
Some businesses are turning to weather analytics to proactively prepare for the potentially more volatile conditions resulting from climate change.
Music from the episode
Feel It Still Portugal. The Man
Scenic Drive Poolside
Orchids Monster Rally
Cuffed Nick Hakim
You Know I'm No Good Amy Winehouse
Back To You Selena Gomez
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer