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

The average annual earnings of a worker with a bachelor’s degree is about $78,000, or $33,000 higher than the average salary of a worker with no more than a high school diploma, according to the...
Speeches addressing civil rights issues are among the most famous and inspiring in American history. From Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech to President Barack Obama’s historic...
Economic measures such as gross domestic product or gross national income are often used to rank the level of development in a country or state. Yet these measures do not reveal much about the...
For sports fans, watching a superstar athlete in the twilight of their career can sometimes be difficult. As they age, players who were once dominant can struggle to maintain the same level of...
Economic output in the United States fell for the first time in over a decade in the first quarter of 2020. The following quarter, GDP declined by 9.5% — by far the largest contraction in over...
The majority of presidents in U.S. history have been wealthy by almost any standard. Adjusting each president’s net worth for today’s dollars, most would be considered multi-millionaires....
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,...
Throughout 2020, Americans gained a new appreciation for many previously overlooked laborers, as those delivering food, stocking shelves, and working cash registers were deemed essential workers amid...
A college education opens the door to higher-paying jobs. College-educated workers 25 and older earned a median income of $56,344 in 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Workers with no more...
If the abundance of antique shops and museums are any indication, many Americans share an obsession for old and extremely old things. Such things might be millennia–old human-made artifacts,...
The median annual household income in America is just over $60,000. While many of the highest paying jobs tend to concentrate near large population centers, there are also smaller towns that are very...
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 U.S. median household income reached its highest level in 2019 since record keeping began decades ago.. Yet incomes nationwide are not evenly distributed. In fact, income inequality is at its...
On Dec. 21, Congress approved a long-awaited economic relief bill to help Americans contend with the financial fallout from COVID-19. The $900 billion bill includes $600 direct payments for adults,...
Deciding what car to buy can be a difficult process. Car buyers often have to contend with a stressful sales environment, negotiating the price they are willing to pay, and filling stacks of...