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Why Is Life In The U.S. So Expensive?

It’s all business and politics

I’ve seen a lot of articles, posts, tweets, etc. about how unlivable and expensive America is becoming. This is not a near-term inflation issue — rather it sounds more like the long-term consequence of not paying people enough, encouraging debt, and rising costs for non-discretionary expense categories like housing, healthcare, or childcare.




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Tony Yiu

Tony Yiu

Data scientist. Founder Alpha Beta Blog. Doing my best to explain the complex in plain English. Support my writing:

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