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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs—and Nothing to Show for Them?

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By: 
Caroline Baum
March 18, 2015

If Federal Reserve policymakers were to look solely at headline labor market indicators, they might be tempted to conclude that the U.S. economy had finally reached cruising altitude.

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