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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Andrew Gledhill
Despite the steady job gains, "damage to the labor market over the last several years has been great," Mr. Gledhill said. "There are 8 million unemployed workers; roughly half have been unemployed for greater than 26 weeks. ... The labor market will take several years to recoup the losses suffered during the recession."
"Claims' failure to move lower in the latest week was a disappointment and could point to further labor market weakness," said Andrew Gledhill of Moody's Economy.com.