Elise Gould

Economic Policy Institute

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Director of Health Policy Research for at progressive Economic Policy Institute

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Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the  latest evidence  of ongoing decline.

America and Poverty: What Do the Numbers Mean for Gen Y?

Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the latest evidence of ongoing decline.

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