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The deep recession that began in December 2007, when the economy began to contract, and ended in June 2009, when the economy began to expand again, has had a lasting effect on the labor market. 1,243 more words
The job market picked up more than expected in February, led by strong hiring in professional and business services.
The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs last month, marking an improvement from January and topping economists’ expectations. 1,152 more words
As part of its economic and budgetary projections, CBO estimates past and future potential output—also called potential gross domestic product (GDP), and defined as the maximum sustainable amount of real (inflation-adjusted) output that the economy can produce… 1,671 more words
The amount of cash market participants are borrowing to buy up more stocks continues to climb to record highs, leading some to grow increasingly concerned that a market pullback could be around the corner. 1,013 more words
By: Cassandra Poculan, STC MassCom Student
Aging is a natural and an inevitable occurrence in everyone’s life. We’re all bound to age at some point. Some of us have parents who are fast approaching their golden years and grandparents who are grey and wrinkly now. 950 more words