The Riveter Predicts: What’s Next In 2023?

It’s a new year. Possibly a new you, especially if you’re updating your headshot with the Lensa App, or if you’re Kevin McCarthy and instead of “Speaker Kevin McCarthy” your new you is “Lost 11 Votes and No End In Sight” Kevin McCarthy. We do hope you’re having a better year so far than Kevin McCarthy.

But if 2023 has taught us anything so far, it’s that anything can happen! (Funnily enough, we learned that in 2022.) Even so, here at The Riveter we are lucky to work with plenty of experts who can take a look around, identify trend lines, and see where things are going. We asked a few of them to share some of their thoughts on what we can expect in this new year.

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