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How Obama’s Economic Recovery is Pushing New Jobs to American Workers

As the recovery continues to build in the United States, so has the nation’s labor force.With nearly 9 million jobs created and over 5 million jobs lost during the 2008 economic recession, millions of Americans are searching for work.In 2016, the unemployment rate was 7.5 percent, the lowest rate since the Great Depression.But the economy

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What you need to know about surplus definition economics

With global economic growth slowing, the world’s nations are struggling to keep pace with a projected surplus in 2019.The U.S. and Canada are on track to produce their highest annual surplus since the 1930s, while China and Russia are in the middle of the pack.But while it’s still possible to get ahead by producing more