An economic update of the events that occurred beginning April 27 to May 1. The podcast details decisions made by the Central Bank, the stock market, the surging unemployment rate, plus more!
Meet Malika Watler ( @_malikalleone )! She lives in Dallas, Texas, and works as a technical consultant at a software company. Malika gives us insight into how she’s adjusting to her new normal and how her company is responding to the global pandemic. COVID-19 is changing the way we spend our time and the wayContinue reading “The Junior Economist Talks: COVID19 with Malika!”
A no-frills 3-minute weekly economic series designed to give you updates that matter about the economy. This episode includes information about Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s new relaxed laws, unemployment numbers, the spending allocations for the fourth coronavirus relief bill, and more!
Meet Deonte Bridges ( @deonte.bridges )! He works as an eighth-grade educator at a charter school in Atlanta, Georgia. Deonte gives us a detailed account of his adjustment to the sudden change to remote learning and how he’s coping with conquering “a new milestone.” ————————————————————— COVID-19 is changing the way we spend our time andContinue reading “The Junior Economist Talks: COVID19 with Deonte!”
COVID-19 is changing the way we spend our time and the way we work. I’m compiling stories at the Junior Economist to let you all know how millennials around the world are coping with the pandemic. Meet India Banks ( @missindia_banks )! She works in the construction industry as a Project Engineer. She currently resides in SilverContinue reading “The Junior Economist Talks: COVID19 with India!”
Millions of people have been left unemployed, businesses have slowed down, and trusted analysts are forecasting a severe economic catastrophe that will take years to recover from. In this new series, the Junior Economist interviews Millenials from diverse backgrounds and various industries to gain perspective on navigating this time of uncertainty.
The massive spread and media coverage of the coronavirus has caused the stock market to go into a free fall, event cancellations, and panic. But never fear, The Junior Economist is here to give you some implications and questions to consider to make informed decisions.
Becoming the Beyonce of your field and in your life is no easy task, however with some guidance and advice from people who have become trailblazers all facets of life can make the daunting task a lot easier. For this reason, I have decided to document the gems that have been bestowed onto me onlyContinue reading “Lunch & Learn: How to Build Your Personal Board of Directors + More!”
Some news outlets predict a big financial slowdown will occur as early as September 2019, and some as far as 2021, regardless The Junior Economist wants you to be prepared for any catastrophe with 7 tips to weather any economic downturn.