Need Work, Won't TravelGene Koretz
A new and puzzling problem is cropping up among America's job-seekers: stubbornly high long-term unemployment. The problem, of course, is familiar to Europeans, whose jobless spells can last years. But long-term U.S. unemployment--lasting more than six months--usually rises sharply during recessions and then drops just as sharply during recoveries.
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