Real Time Economics presented interesting economic developments that have taken place in 2015.
According to a February report from Georgetown University, college graduates by industry architecture, business, computer technology, statistics, engineering and health will be better paid than high school graduates with tens of years of experience.
In January, the US president said in his annual address "State of the Union" that the economy is as strong as ever. In February 2015 the US national debt has overcome the barrier of 18 trillion.
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According to the annual rating of UBS, New York became the most expensive city to live. Cost of goods and services has grown only in two cities - Zurich and Geneva, but if we consider the rent, the New York ahead of them.
Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, their savings rate dropped significantly. For many Americans, the rise in prices for goods and housing is a serious problem. Even in a period of low inflation, low-income Americans spend most of their income on food and shelter.
Greece has not paid the debt to the International Monetary Fund in the amount of 1.7 billion US dollars.
According to the Ministry of Labour in October, wage inequality between men and women increased again as this year's men's wages increased twice as much. In the third quarter the average weekly wage of men working full time, was 889 US dollars.
More than 92 million unemployed people who live in the United States, do not belong to the unemployed.
Low cost of fuel has led to a significant reduction in gasoline prices. Now a gallon of gasoline costs less than a gallon of milk.