A tight labor market has helped low-income workers raise their wages, according to a new working paper.
Wealthy people and their savings are driving down interest rates, a recent paper suggests. Marketplace contributor Chris Farrell explains it.
Manufacturers complain they can't find skilled workers, even as they face a wave of retirements of older white men.
The Morning Consult-Axios data suggests that inequality is inching up as low-income people run out of relief money.
A Federal Reserve study shows the widening economic gap between those with a college degree and those without one.
The average white American male under 35 has 224 times the household wealth of the average Black female of the same age, a new study says.
In the past 40 years, income inequality has cost 90% of workers about $2.5 trillion, the Rand study suggests.
In part because they're more crowded and people stay longer, researchers found.