Things will get worse before it will get better…
The number of Americans enrolled in the government’s food stamp program has risen to surpass the previous month’s record. With 607,544 new Americans becoming eligible for food stamps in September, the total has reached yet another all-time record.
The monthly increase in those enrolled in the government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) was the highest since May 2011 and topped off numbers that [...]
One out of every 30 babies born in the United States will be born a twin according to new statistics reported this week that show the number nearly doubling in the last 20 years.
With more women using fertility treatments and giving birth at older ages, the likelihood for twins, triplets and other multiples have drastically increased, according to researchers from Michigan State University and the Centers for Disease Control and [...]
by Lance Roberts of Streettalklive.com
Bringing The “Not In The Labor Force” Mystery To Light
There has been much debate over the weekend regarding the 1.2 million individuals who moved into the “Not In Labor Force” category in Friday’s Bureau of Labor Statistics report, which included an increase to the total population of 1.5 million. From the Wall Street Journal:
“Here’s what happened: According to the Census Bureau, the civilian population [age 16 and over] grew by [...]