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Road Map to More Jobs

How different would conditions be today economically and politically if unemployment were 7 percent instead of its current 8.2 percent? For one thing, some two million unemployed workers would have jobs, and the rate of economic growth would be comfortably above 2 percent, instead of below that pace. This scenario could have been possible if federal aid to states had been bolstered, saving hundreds of thousands of public-sector jobs…

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3 thoughts on “Road Map to More Jobs

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    Posted by Anatole | July 13, 2012, 12:31 pm
  2. thanks a lot for taking time to discuss this subject with us.

    Posted by Aureliana | July 16, 2012, 6:27 am


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