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Monday, May 11, 2009

The Ratio of Short-term to Long-Term Unemployment

When this value is high, and the overall level of unemployment is low, I think we can reasonably argue that it is a sign of a healthy, dynamic economy. No surprise, but right now the ratio is at its lowest value since 1980.

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