A lot of Americans are worried about the US Olympics.
For many, the Olympics are a major part of their lives.
But for others, the World Series and Super Bowl are more important.
The first-ever world series between the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers is one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
More than 50 million people tune in each year to watch the games, which are broadcast in over 40 languages and are broadcast worldwide.
While the games are a huge draw for the country, many people have their own issues.
A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that about 40 percent of Americans worry about being overworked or underpaid at work.
And many worry about the possibility of losing their job during the Games.
According to the National Association of Manufacturers, the unemployment rate in the United States is now 8.6 percent.
The Olympics are also a major source of income for some people, according to a recent report by the New America Foundation.
About 60 percent of those earning $100,000 a year or more a year and the lowest earners earn about $40,000, according the report.
As we reported last month, the average wage for those earning less than $20,000 in the US is $43,300.
This week, the U.S. government announced a $1.6 billion grant to help train up new workers in the fields of manufacturing, engineering, architecture and other areas, and to invest in schools to prepare workers for the new jobs of the future.