It's official: A lost decade for the US economy

It's official: A lost decade for the US economy
Now, from the end of World War II through 2005, the economy grew at an average annual rate of 3.5%. So 3%-ish growth has been what's normal. Wait for it … welcome to the new normal. The economy hasn't managed a single year of even 3% growth since 2005 …
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The 'hothouse' economy
Post-recession recovery rates have, in fact, been declining since the end of World War II. This would suggest that the U.S. economy is in the process of an adjustment toward a new lower level of normal economic growth. … It is no coincidence that …
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Rewriting the Rules of Success
Substantial portions of the population, the survey reports, are questioning the pathway that earlier generations considered the most likely route to achieving their personal and economic goals. Through the first decades after World War II, most …
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