A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog citing macroeconomic research that claimed one of the big problems with the current economy is the paradox of persistent unemployment in the midst of high job vacancy rates.
A decomposition of the data reveals the aberration can be totally explained by those unemployed for more than 26 weeks: “… all of the increase in vacancies relative to unemployment has taken place among the long-term unemployed.”
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