ESPN: ESPN’s Gary Myers says the US economy is “in a very good place” as the world continues to grapple with economic recovery
Gary Myers is optimistic about the U.S. economy, but said the country is “still grappling with the economic recovery” as it deals with the opioid epidemic.
In an interview on “Inside Sports” on Tuesday, Myers said there was a lot of optimism about the US.
He said that the country’s unemployment rate is “really low” and that it was “a bit more of a recovery” than we might have expected.
“I think that’s what the numbers look like,” he said.
“The numbers look really good for the U and a bit of a better recovery than I might have thought at the start of the year.”
Myers said that there is a lot going on in the economy, including the opioid crisis.
He said that even though it’s been a tough year, the economic outlook is good and that the recovery has started.
“People feel more secure than they have in quite some time,” Myers said.
He added that the opioid pandemic has created some anxiety among people who are trying to make ends meet, and that some are even starting to question whether they should take care of their families.
“There is definitely a concern out there for families.
There is a concern for the elderly.
There are concerns for the disabled,” he added.