What We’re Reading: September 13, 2017

These are the day's top talent stories from around the web.
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Rising incomes meant poverty fell last year, writes Bloomberg.

People in Sweden rarely use cash to purchase goods, possibly because the consumers are quick to adopt new technologies, writes BBC.

Household debt is at a record high, but should we worry about an upcoming recession? NPR reports.

Economists have varying opinions on price gouging during natural disasters, according to The New York Times.

Finally, here are the best and worst cities for jobs now, via Forbes.