Aug 4, 2022

Baby Bust: Many Americans may be feeling priced out of parenting

Nearly two thirds (63%) of Americans, age 18 or older, who don’t have children say they have no plans to have children in the future   30% of parents say they were reluctant to have children because of the cost of being a parent  24% of parents say it took them one or more years to […]

Jul 28, 2022

Inflation fuels debt for parents this back-to-school season 

37% of responding parents are unable to afford back-to-school shopping for their kids due to rising inflation 42% of responding parents plan to take on debt to afford back-to-school shopping for their kids More than two-thirds (37%) of responding parents are unable to afford childcare due to its rising costs, with nearly 30% deciding to […]

Jun 28, 2022

Cost of Living Crisis Spurs “Failure to Launch” among Gen Z 

Nearly 30% of Gen Z between the ages of 18 and 25 still live at home with parents or relatives  32% of zoomers spends half of their monthly income on housing (rent/mortgage) 28% of Gen Z are unable to save money right now  It’s an expensive time to be alive, and that’s putting it lightly. […]

May 19, 2022

Inflation eclipses fears of recession as top concern for Americans this summer

51% of Americans’ financial situation has worsened since the start of the pandemic, yet nearly 30% of Americans plan to spend more this summer  Nearly one-third of Americans have taken on debt in the last six months as a result of rising gas prices 80% of Americans are concerned about the current economy, yet few […]

Mar 15, 2022

Inflation brings to the fore pay inequities this Equal Pay Day

Two-thirds of American workers feel like their pay is not adequate enough to cover the rising cost of inflation.  Nearly 30% of American workers feel like they’re not paid fairly at work, with women being more likely to report feeling underpaid  71% of respondents say it’s important for a company to prioritize pay equity. It […]