Turning Back the Clock: The Decline of Workforce Diversity in the Age of Coronavirus

We analyzed the latest CPS survey and found that even in industries where women make up a smaller share of total employment, they still saw a larger negative change in employment. The same was true when we analyzed the effects on minorities. Continue reading Turning Back the Clock: The Decline of Workforce Diversity in the Age of Coronavirus

Millennials: The New Lost Generation

In this world of Zoom meetings we live in today, a world where we can be more mobile than ever before, less millennials are planting their roots in land or a home, even if they can afford it. Our identities exist in clouds or in databases, where any amateur internet sleuth could probably track me down. Perhaps even aside from the fact that millennials can’t afford homes, they are realizing that experiences are worth more than tangible things. This seems like a righteous shift from McMansions and Hummer-driving suburb dwellers, but at what economic cost? With all the expenses attached to buying and owning a home, it will be interesting to see the trajectory of coinciding industries, such as appliances, furniture, or even construction. Continue reading Millennials: The New Lost Generation