Inflation & Spending Culture: A Disparity In The Economic & Financial Lives Of People.


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    Published on Apr 26, 2022
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    One of the reasons why people appreciate their jobs is picturing where they'll be without these jobs. The economic impact of these jobs and how it's come to be able to help them afford a reasonable life is also another reason why people form decent spending cultures. However, the world will continue to remain unfair, artificial inflation will continue to rock economies like in Nigeria where the government hasn't put in the appropriate measures to regulate price of goods and services. In this video I talk about how people with minimal spending cultures are often roped into buying from markets where the rich determines the price of goods and services.

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