Since World War 2 there have been three really major economic crises. You can mark these moments by times when gross domestic product growth plummeted down towards near 0 or worse. The energy crisis of 1982 led to a global recession and jobs crisis. Then We made it all the way to 2008 before the next melt-down. Remember, that was the sub-prime mortgage crisis. We rebounded after that and made it to 2020. And I don't have to remind you why we dipped into that recession. But the good news is we've already bounced back. We hear an economic outlook for the post-pandemic period and how CEOs are feeling about the near term with guest Ken McGee, a research fellow at Info-Tech.