Jobless rate rise cause for angst
- July 11, 2011
- Research by David Neumark, economics professor, is quoted in the Keene Sentinel, Arizona Daily Sun, and Guelph Mercury July 9, 2011
From the Keene Sentinel:
While attention is usually focused on the problems of the unemployed and the accompanying rise in the cost of government safety-net programs, the continuing high level of joblessness also means that working Americans must shoulder the full burden of pulling the economy forward.... David Neumark, a labor expert at the University of California, Irvine, added another concern for the currently employed: Given the constant flow of people moving in and out of employment, he said, "the higher the unemployment rate, the higher the probability that an employed person becomes unemployed."
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