Monday, May 23, 2011
America’s current unemployment crisis is predominately the result of a pronounced dip in the business cycle, according to a new paper by economists at the International Monetary Fund. But, structural factors, like shortages of highly-skilled laborers, is keeping the jobless rate high, too, the paper finds. Read the rest of Huffington Post’s story.
Subscribe to: Posts
Copyright Unassuming Economist 2016