- The number of Americans who say they are stretched too thin has remained stubbornly high.
- Amid a prolonged period of high inflation, more than 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.
- However, women are “significantly more likely” than men to have a hard time making ends meet, according to a recent report from Varo Bank.
Bidenomics Hurts Women Hardest, ‘Significantly More Likely’ To Live Paycheck To Paycheck
In this June 4, 2020 photo, Laurie Mahlenbrei picks out a new toothbrush in the Tenino Market grocery store in Tenino, Wash. Mahlenbrei paid for her purchases with a $25 piece of wooden currency that is good only in the small town, part of an effort to help residents and local merchants alike get through the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)