Job Stats Fail to Uncover Underemployed College Grads
Federal Reserve policymakers are missing important information as they assess the health of the labor market: data that might answer whether those employed full-time are overqualified for their jobs or would like to work more hours. As a result, the slack in the labor market that Fed officials on Oct. 29 said is “gradually diminishing” is probably still greater than estimated.
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