Household survey data show labor market improvements in 2006

Kline, Sara
March 2007
Monthly Labor Review;Mar2007, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
Unemployment declined, employment increased, and earnings were about in line with inflation in 2006; the long-term unemployed saw their numbers fall


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