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The fate of job-seeking college graduates indicates the economy’s high levels of...

The fate of job-seeking college graduates indicates the economy’s high levels of unemployment are cyclical in nature rather than structural, giving hope that stimulative policy can have a positive influence in helping firms create new jobs and bringing down U.S. unemployment, according to a San Francisco Fed study.
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  • cbc
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    Another credible study from the FED? I am not buying it.
    21 Mar 2011, 02:03 PM Reply Like
  • Silentz
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    If the high unemployment is cyclical, why do we need stimulative policy? Why not just wait for the cycle to come back around? If things are guaranteed to cycle, why tinker with them?
    21 Mar 2011, 02:11 PM Reply Like
  • Glocks-n-Gold
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    Hmmm...what about the fate of job-seeking middle aged white males with a bachelors degree?
    21 Mar 2011, 02:16 PM Reply Like
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