After the financial crisis, a golden goose market began to take shape.
But it has not produced as much economic growth as many predicted, and it is also far less reliable than previous models.
A report released Thursday from the Congressional Budget Office shows that in 2025, there will be more than 100 million Americans who live in a state of economic stress.
Those living in states that have experienced a sharp downturn have been the hardest hit by the crisis, and they have been particularly hard hit in blue states like California, Florida and Texas, the CBO said.
The report said the cost of health care costs has been especially high, particularly for the middle class.
States that are experiencing economic hardship, such as Florida and Arizona, have the highest proportion of residents who live paycheck to paycheck.
In Florida, where many workers rely on Social Security and the government’s health care program, the state’s average monthly income is $4,890, the report said.
The report comes after President Donald Trump suggested in March that states should try to find a way to increase tax revenue through higher payroll taxes and a sales tax hike.
“When you look at our state of the economy, I don’t think you can have a better economy than we’re in right now,” Trump said in a radio interview.
“I think we’re going to be in a very, very good place.
We’re going have a very strong economy for the next decade.”