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The US economy needs 100,000 new jobs every month just to keep up with growth in the population. Instead, more than 200,000 a month are disappearing.

Is a 'Jobless Recovery' Not a Recovery after All?

The US economy needs 100,000 new jobs every month just to keep up with growth in the population. Instead, more than 200,000 a month are disappearing.

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Healthcare reform and Afghanistan are getting the headlines, but President Obama's biggest challenge could be creating jobs.

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Healthcare reform and Afghanistan are getting the headlines, but President Obama's biggest challenge could be creating jobs.

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