Topics related to households, businesses, and other economic agents that contribute to the aggregate economy.
See how unemployment by educational attainment has changed since the Great Recession.
See the extent to which house prices outpaced gains in disposable income during the housing bubble.
Student loan dollars have grown as college costs have increased. See how federal and nonfederal loan dollars have changed since 2000.
What happens to income that households do not spend? This DataPost entry considers savings and how deferred spending relates to interest rates and inflation.
Who is active in the labor force? Behavioral patterns among teenagers, prime-age men and women, and older workers have important implications for the path of unemployment.