Tuesday, February 23, 2010
The Atlantic Online | March 2010 | How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America | Don Peck: "After nearly two brutal years, the Great Recession appears to be over, at least technically. Yet a return to normalcy seems far off. By some measures, each recession since the 1980s has retreated more slowly than the one before it. In one sense, we never fully recovered from the last one, in 2001: the share of the civilian population with a job never returned to its previous peak before this downturn began, and incomes were stagnant throughout the decade."
I think people are starting to catch on.
Posted by Stephan at 8:58 AM