Grant Suneson

Grant Suneson is a senior editor at 24/7 Wall St. He was previously a digital content creator at Newsy and a reporter at NPR member station KBIA, where he contributed to their Edward R. Murrow Award-winning coverage. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in journalism.

Grant’s work has been published and referenced in many major outlets such as MSN, USA Today, Yahoo Finance, Detroit Free Press, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Austin American-Statesman, The Tennessean, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Indianapolis Star, The Clarion-Ledger, WSB-TV, Des Moines Register, Asbury Park Press, KMGH-TV, and many others.

Lastest Stories by Grant Suneson

A four-year college education comes with a host of benefits. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the typical American worker with a bachelor’s degree earns about $26,000 more per year than...
Over the past month, many colleges and universities have reopened for the fall semester. While some are only offering classes online amid the COVID-19 pandemic, others are going ahead with in-person...
The spread of COVID-19 appears to be slowing across the U.S. Though daily new cases reported nationwide over the past month tended to be much higher than they were in April and May, they were lower...
Since peaking in July, the spread of COVID-19 cases appears to be slowing across the U.S. Through the first 13 days of August, U.S. health authorities reported 10 days of over 50,000 daily new cases...
People from every state have at least one aspect of their home state they can brag about, but also one they would probably rather forget. 24/7 Tempo reviewed information from the Centers for Disease...
Every state has something its residents can be proud of. While for some it’s a natural resource, a landmark, or a signature attraction, for others it’s a statistic that proves the state...
Throughout the 21st century, wealth in America has become increasingly concentrated at the top. The bottom half of Americans in terms of wealth were worth a combined $255 billion in 2016, according...
The slowing of COVID-19’s spread in the United States appears to have continued last week. During the first week of September, from Sept. 1-7, there was just one day in which the U.S. recorded...
The makeup of the U.S. labor force is constantly changing. As recently as 30 years ago, occupations such as application software developers and solar panel installers were in their infancy. Now,...
As the economic fallout triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated, feelings of job security are often illusory. Nearly every week over the five months since mid-March, initial jobless...
After the U.S. set several new records for daily new COVID-19 cases in July, the spread of the virus appears to have slowed in August. Though infections are decreasing, some states have not yet seen...
On Aug. 31, state and local health authorities reported 31,658 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the lowest total for a single day in over two months. Overall, daily new confirmed infections seem to be...
The U.S. economy is far less dependent on trade than most countries. The total value of all U.S. exports accounted for just 11.7% of GDP in 2019 — a fraction of the 30.6% global average. ...
The U.S. economy is far less dependent on trade than most countries. The total value of all U.S. exports accounted for just 11.7% of GDP in 2019 — a fraction of the 30.6% global average. ...
Nationwide, the number of daily new COVID-19 cases has declined significantly in recent weeks. While more than 50,000 people were diagnosed with the coronavirus each day from July 7 to Aug. 2, there...