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The legal cannabis industry has experienced rapid growth over the last few years and has had a significant impact on the United States economy. In 2018, the cannabis industry reached over $10.4 billion in sales and is projected to reach $22 billion … Continue reading
They’re not overpaid. Petroleum engineers tend to make between $74,000–$186,000, Electrical engineers tend to make $60,000–$90,000 and computer engineers tend to make between $60,000 and $100,000 per year. (The 6 Highest Paid Engineering Jobs). The average U.S. salary is around … Continue reading
Industry conferences have generated a lot more political punditry than normal in the past year or so — and with good reason. A presidential race unlike any other in history is dominating headlines (and social media), and the outcome could … Continue reading
CAN STOCKS REGAIN THEIR FOOTING THIS WEEK? Investors hope so after a very rough start to 2016. Declining oil prices and disappointing manufacturing data in both the U.S. and China helped trigger a global selloff: the major equity indices in Europe … Continue reading
Expect the home-purchase market to strengthen along with the economy in 2015, according to Freddie Mac’s U.S. Economic and Housing Market Outlook for November. “The good news for 2015 is that the U.S. economy appears well-poised to sustain about a … Continue reading
Well after months and months of speculation, the Federal Reserve Board finally announced the start of their \”tapering\” program in which they will reduce the amount of their purchases of government and mortgage-back securities by ten billion dollars per month. … Continue reading