In the year 2020, the average Thanksgiving meal in the U.S. will be less than $6, a number that is projected to rise by more than 10 percent in the next 20 years, according to the Institute for the Study of Labor.
If the economic and demographic trends continue, the number of people dining on Thanksgiving will be a fraction of what it was a decade ago.
In the next 40 years, the U:t of Americans will be almost exactly half of what they are today, according the Pew Research Center.
The holiday season has been defined by many cultural traditions and traditions, including eating and socializing, and a focus on family and community.
The day begins on a Sunday, with the first meal for the week typically being the Thanksgiving dinner of a family or a group of friends, which can include a turkey dinner.
In 2017, the first Thanksgiving dinner was held at a restaurant called The Nut House in St. Louis, where the meal was typically $17.95.
“It’s not like people are living longer.
It’s not about the economy.
It has been a great opportunity for everyone, even in the worst of times,” said Erin C. Murphy, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Murphy and her colleagues conducted a study with more than 1,000 adults in 2017 to determine how the Thanksgiving meal would be different in 2020 compared with 2026, which would be the first time that a national Thanksgiving dinner would be held on a weekday.
Among other things, the researchers surveyed participants about their food habits and dining habits, as well as their health habits, to determine whether their Thanksgiving meal plans would change in 2020.
The researchers found that Americans were less likely to eat out in 2020 than in the previous year.
The average Thanksgiving dinner is expected to be around $18.75, compared with $25 in 2017.
In 2020, there will be about 6,000 fewer people working than in 2017, according for the American Association of Retired Persons, or ARPP.
The median age of people working will be 35.3 years in 2020, compared to 36.7 in 2017 and 37.1 in 2020 for people 65 and older.
The unemployment rate for people over age 65 is expected rise to 10.6 percent, from 9.3 percent in 2017 or 11.6 in 2020 according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
For the first year of the new century, the American Society of Civil Engineers expects a 1.3% increase in the number and magnitude of flood damage, with 4.1 million homes or structures that are either underwater or in flood-prone areas, according in a 2017 report.
A flood insurance policy may be necessary for the next year if you live in a flood-risk area, according an ARPP report.