Job Creation: Post-Recession Recovery Cycles

Saturday, April 05, 2008 | 08:00 AM

This is the updated version of the chart I used yesterday, showing this 2003-08 cycle, courtesy of Spencer England's Economic Research.

As you can see, this was the weakest in terms of NFP job creation of all the post-recession recoveries since WWII.

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Bush Boom? Hardly . . .


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This weekend, we noted that in terms of job creation, the 2002-07 post-recession recovery was the very worst in the post-WWII era. This was in response to the pundit commentary that job losses aren't nearly as bad today as the 2001 mild consumer-led re... [Read More]

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Barry, I sent the comment, but neglected to check Name and Email before sending. My bad. It usually pops up quickly, and I'm still bleary eyed. LOL!

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