U.S. Job Market Not (Yet) Marked by European Sclerosisby
For years economists have stressed the flexibility of the American labor market. Employers in the U.S., less impeded by strong unions and fussy labor-market regulation than in other advanced economies, were quicker to fire workers during downturns -- and faster to hire once demand picked up.
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