It’s about to get even harder for renters
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On today's show: a report from Harvard shows the economic fallout from the pandemic is hitting low-income renters the hardest. Plus, a conversation with the president of the New York Fed.
Segments From this episode
The lowest-income households were more likely to lose wages and fall behind on rent.
The president of the NY Fed expects the economy to fully recover within a few years, despite current setbacks as the virus continues to spread.
A growing number of people across the country and the political spectrum support raising the minimum wage. Is this a sign of a bigger shift?
It's good news for our personal economies, but it means we're not spending as much to prop the economy as a whole.
The 1918 pandemic helped shift the film industry’s center of power. Could the coronavirus pandemic do the same?