Today I was walking to the bank to make a deposit when I passed a long line of lazy folks waiting for free food. So naturally, I proceeded to tell one of these deadbeats to get a job upon which he told me there weren’t any and that I should look up and learn something about today’s word: macroeconomics.
–noun ( used with a singular verb )
the branch of economics dealing with the broad and general aspects of an economy, as the relationship between the income and investments of a country as a whole.
Ooooh! This makes my head hurt. This is too confusing!.
What is this “Workforce Market”, “Household”, “Government” and “Tax” business?
It’s supposed to be “yield” and “yield”.