Jobless Recovery


New jobs figures released on August 6th show that in July the economy added just 12,000 jobs after adjusting for temporary census work—too few to keep up with population growth or to reduce the unemployment rate. 

Slightly fewer Americans are working now, a full year into recovery, than when the recession ended in the middle of 2009.


Economics - the Dismal Science. Not good news.

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