Numbers From 2018 That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe

Numbers From 2018 That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe, by Michael Snyder. A selection…

One study found that the average American spends 86 hours a month on a cellphone.

A different study discovered that 37 percent of all Americans have eaten fast food within the last 24 hours.

The middle class continues to decline, and at this point half of all American workers make less than $30,533 a year.

62 percent of all U.S. jobs do not pay enough to support a middle class lifestyle.

In 1980, the average American worker’s debt was 1.96 times larger than his or her monthly salary. Today, that number has ballooned to 5.00.

The suicide rate in the United States has risen by 33 percent since 1999.

Almost 52 percent of all children live in a home that receives monthly help from the federal government.

According to the New York Times, approximately 110 million Americans have a sexually-transmitted disease right now.

It is being projected that the total amount of plastic in the oceans of the world will exceed the total weight of all fish by the year 2050.

Not good. Who’s in charge of this mess? Our current ruling class seems to be doing some things wrong.