Downside To The Jobs UpturnGene Koretz
From the start of 1991 through the end of last year, some 4.5 million American workers over 20 years old lost permanent jobs that they had held for at least three years. Even as the U.S. moved into a full-fledged expansion, the job toll from structural shifts in the economy remained high.
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