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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Delicate Rebalancing Act

Signs of rebalancing across sectors as housing slows?:

As the McMansions Go, So Goes Job Growth, Commentary, Daniel Gross, NY Times: ...But there's some good news. Ms. Bangalore notes that while housing's contribution to job growth has declined in recent months, "other sectors are picking up the slack."

For four stories on housing and employment, including more on this one, see Calculated Risk.

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