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Returning to Full Employment in US – A CRS Report

Until recently, the economy and labor market were experiencing an unusually slow recovery from the longest and deepest recession since the Great Depression compared to other expansions since World War II. The rapid decline in the unemployment rate from 7.9% in January to 6.7% in December 2013 (where it remained in the first quarter of … Continue reading

Fiscal Cliff / UI Benefits will end for 3 M: A Brief Overview of the Legislative Procedures for Adjusting the Public Debt Limit

The Fiscal Cliff means that Unemployment Benefits will abruptly end for 2 million in dec., and nearly one million more in the first quarter of 2013. So the important question is that is the legislative procedures for adjusting the public debt limit ? Here is the summary of a Brief Overview by Congressional Research Service. *-* … Continue reading

US – Job Growth During the Recovery

“Congress in recent years passed a number of bills intended in part to jump-start a recovery in the labor market from the recession that began in December 2007” writes Linda Levine in Job Growth During the Recovery (Adapted excerpts by JMM to follow). What was the labor market’s response to these measures ?  How well the … Continue reading

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