Inflation Slowed In April, But Prices Continued Their Steady Increase

Inflation Continued Its Steady Rise In April, When The Consumer Price Index Increased 8.3% Over Last Year, According To Data Released Wednesday By The U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics.

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Small Businesses Concerned As Job Openings Hit Record High

The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Released New Data Wednesday Showing That There Were 11.3 Million Open Jobs For The Month Of January, Another New Record High. That Figure Is More Than The Number Of Unemployed Americans, Showing That Many Businesses Are Having Trouble Finding And Keeping Workers.

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Critics Pan Biden’s Plan To Fight Inflation

Inflation Has Risen Steadily Since President Joe Biden Took Office, And His New Plan To Fight Rising Prices Has Been Met With Skepticism By Critics.

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What Does It Cost To Retire Comfortably In Tennessee?

In Tennessee, Average Retirement Spending Is The Seventh Lowest Among States. Goods And Services In The State Are 7.8% Less Expensive Than They Are, On Average, Nationwide, And Life Expectancy At Age 65 Is 17.9 Years To 82.9, Compared To 19.5 Years To 84.5 Across The Country As A Whole.

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How Tennessee’s Cost Of Living Compares To Nation

While Consumers Across The Country Are Paying More For Goods And Services Now Than They Were A Year Ago, Exactly How Much They Are Paying Depends Largely On Where They Live, As Some States Have A Far Higher Cost Of Living Than Others. Overall, The Cost Of Living In Tennessee Ranks As The Sixth Lowest Among States.

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