When comparing the Great Recession against other advanced economies’ financial crises in recent decades, the current U.S. cycle has outperformed in terms of employment, even as most other measures of financial crises were just as bad — home prices, stock prices, GDP per capita, government debt and the like.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at U.S. Jobs Are Back … To Pre-Recession Levels | Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.
- US – The Job Gap is still near 7.0 million
- May US Job Report – Employment rose by 217,000, returning employment to its pre-recession level, and UR unchanged
- US Job Market / Employment at All Time High – 2014 will be the best year since 1999