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Key Words: ‘Everybody thinks we’re in a recession, except the labor market’: Economists don’t see signs of downturn in jobs data


“Everybody thinks we’re in a recession, except the labor market. We’re seeing signs of cooling off in the stock market and the housing market. But so far it has been disconnected from the job market.”

That’s Bledi Taska, chief economist of labor analysis group Lightcast, commenting on Wednesday’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


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