Measuring the Nations Social and Economic Wellbeing

This is an info-graphic about "Measuring the Nation's Social and Economic Well-Being." (CNS photo/courtesy U.S. Census Bureau)

WASHINGTON | The year 2021 was an outlier in many respects. Much of the year was characterized by halting steps to return to something resembling normality following the global health emergency declared in 2020 over the coronavirus pandemic.

There was a recession that started before COVID-19 throttled the United States and much of the world, but that lasted a majority of the year. The federal government worked mightily in both 2020 and ’21 to keep the economy from crashing.

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