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Americans' Distrust May Be Hurting Job Market, Fed Paper Says

  • 10-15 percent drop in job market fluidity since early 1980s
  • Social capital decline is raising cost of job search, hiring

The declining level of trust among Americans may have contributed to reduced flexibility in the U.S. labor market over the last several decades, according to a Federal Reserve working paper.

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