While some small businesses are largely back to normal, for others the pandemic is far from over.
The optimism of Summer 2021 was short-lived. As we enter a new year, Americans resign themselves to life in a pandemic.
America’s small businesses are working their way back, but it’s been a difficult journey. Drawing on robust tracking data from the US Census Bureau, we take a look at the journey of America’s small businesses as they have navigated shifting challenges from Covid-19.
As we head fully into the summer, what does the data tell us about how consumers are responding to the lingering impact of COVID-19?
COVID has forced public higher ed to a breaking point, but the problems are longstanding and systemic. How can we solve them?
Bookstores exemplify the promise and the peril facing small, local businesses during the COVID pandemic.
Far from hunkering down in the face of multiple crises, many non-profits are responding by thinking bigger.
We are in the midst of rising infection rates in a majority of states. Is it safe for children to go back to school? Parents and teachers say “no.”
Gen Z: passionate activists or careless partiers? A data-based look at this complicated generation.
The COVID pandemic is hitting women harder than men. Longstanding inequities are now not only much more visible, but also intensifying.