The year 2010 was the first full calendar year after the end of the Great Recession, which lasted from December 2007 to June 2009. Estimates of poverty, income, and health insurance from the Current Population Survey shine a spotlight on how Americans are fairing post-recession. The findings reveal a nation struggling with prolonged job loss, as evidenced by increasing poverty, declining incomes, and loss of employer-sponsored health insurance.
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The Social IMPACT Research Center has an extensive portfolio of needs assessment and evaluation research on issues facing poor and low-income populations. Our user-friendly work equips nonprofits, foundations, and governments to advance real-world solutions to poverty.