Epi is an independent, nonprofit think tank that researches the impact of economic trends and policies on working people in the united states epi’s research helps policymakers, opinion leaders, advocates, journalists, and the public understand the bread-and-butter issues affecting ordinary americans. The united states, according to industry analysts 1 fashion and apparel industries employ 19 million people in the united states and have a positive impact on regional economies across the. China's economy produced $2312 trillion in 2017, based on purchasing power parity it's the world's largest economy the european union is second, at $199 trillion the united states fell to third place, producing $193 trillion china has 138 billion people, more than any other country.
The united states, according to industry analysts the economic impact of the fashion industry page 2 the us apparel manufacturing industry currently runs a trade deficit in 2014, us apparel exports totaled roughly $6 billion, while imports were about $82 billion 10. China's economy produced $2312 trillion in 2017, based on purchasing power parityit's the world's largest economythe european union is second, at $199 trillion the united states fell to third place, producing $193 trillion china has 138 billion people, more than any other country in the world.
The total economic impact of the coffee industry in the united states in 2015 was $2252 billion coffee-related economic activity comprises approximately 16% of the total us gross domestic product.
See kposowa the impact of immigration on unemployment and earnings among racial minorities in the united states 1995, racial and ethnic studies , vol 18 21 christopher l smith, the impact of low-skilled immigration on the youth labor market, journal of labor economics , vol 30, no 1 pp 55-89, 2012.
Final report social and economic impacts of space weather in the united states september 2017 abt associates bethesda, maryland written under contract for the. The economic impact of illegal immigrants in the united states is challenging to measure and politically contentious since it is a challenging field to quantify, it leaves room for varying methodologies of study, and so the definitive results of the economic impact can change [1. In the united states (us), more than two-thirds of adults are now overweight and one-third is obese in this article, we provide an overview of the state of research on the likely economic impact of the us obesity epidemic at the national level.
The combined direct and indirect cost of cvd in the united states was estimated to be $444 billion in 2010 this staggeringly high number corresponds to $1 out of every $6 spent on healthcare (centers for disease control, 2010.