INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at the headlines on Friday.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says Indianapolis is the 13th cheapest big city in the US
This is based on an average rent of $ 1,077 and an average wage of $ 19.67.
The pandemic has overhauled the most expensive cities as part of these measures. Orlando is now more expensive than San Francisco.
Three out of four parents have provided personal funds to help their adult children during the pandemic.
As of 2020, 79% of parents have sacrificed their wallets to fund their offspring’s lifestyle.
Forty-seven percent of parents said they gave their children more than $ 1,000 and 28 percent said they gave more than $ 2,500. Almost a fifth of parents went the extra mile and gave more than $ 5,000 to their adult children.
The US economy has likely brought back most jobs since August last month. The workforce rose by $ 1 million and the unemployment rate climbed to a new low in the pandemic as more businesses reopened.
The number of non-agricultural workers is expected to increase for a fourth straight month and at an accelerating pace, with easing social distancing standards across the country helping to support recovery.
Recreation and hospitality payrolls are still down $ 3.3 million from February 2020.