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Inflation And The Great Resignation

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  • Nearly four months since the stimulus funds ended, the US economy is relatively in the same place it’s been all year.
  • Surging economic growth without inflation is the ideal scenario, but that is not the case today.
  • During the last cycle, it took the labor market almost 10 full years to recoup its pre-crisis peak.

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Nearly four months since the stimulus funds ended, the US economy is relatively in the same place it's been all year. The economy is running hotter than it has in a long time, prices are clearly rising, and quality labor

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