The Economists we didn't know we needed, Haha: Strippers
The point of no return is looking to strippers during the most uncertain times within our economy...
Twitter has been my safe haven as of late. Politicians, economists, and those at the Federal Reserve never make any attempt to give the world guidance on an impending recession. So, Americans have to turn to the economists we didn’t know we needed, and they might be on to something…
Strippers on Twitter have said they think a recession is guaranteed. Their due diligence? Strip clubs have suddenly become empty.
@Botticellibimbo continued with “Me getting stock alerts just to decide whether it’s worth it to go to work.” Me too girl, me too.
Many people responded in the comments to agree or share their own experiences in other industries which seem to historically decline during a recession.
"Nah fr, reading all these articles journalists and economists are like we're not in a recession we might not even get one this year or next…like the club is dead babe wym.”
"I'm a mail carrier and have noticed the lack of volume of packages coming from one of my customers that has a home business. S****'s gonna get worst smh.”
A supposed mail carrier tweeted
Profits from United States strip clubs have declined upwards of 12% to $1.4 Billion in 2018 which is down from $1.6 Billion recorded in 2012 according to IBISWorld. It has also been noted that annual revenue growth for U.S. strip clubs was 4.9% during the span 2012 to 2017 but eventually slowed down to 1.9% from 2013 to 2018. By 2023, these figures will shrink again to 1.7%.