Statistics Don’t Lie, But The People Who Publish Them Might – Forbes

Posted: October 7, 2012 in recession
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The Weekly Standard (blog)

Statistics Don't Lie, But The People Who Publish Them Might
Forbes
Let's travel back over the four recessions prior to the 2008-09 downturn and measure the time it took to get back to pre-recession employment levels. Courtesy of a chart prepared by J P Morgan here are some interesting statistics. The recession of 1974
Government jobs are finally starting to come backWashington Post (blog)
Employment Remains Worse Than During the RecessionThe Weekly Standard (blog)
New jobs report shows growth, but in low-skill, part-time jobsWashington Examiner

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