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Creating Jobs in a Slow Economy

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Creating Jobs in a Slow Economy

Creating Jobs in a Slow Economy

Creating Jobs in a Slow Economy

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Economic recovery can sound like a hollow phrase if you can't find a job. Millions are looking for work during a jobless recovery. Whether it's government policy, corporate strategy or consumer choice, what does it take to create jobs? NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion.

Guests:

Davis Wyss
* Chief Economist at Standard and Poor's

Jared Bernstein
* Economist at the Economic Policy Institute

Michael Mandel
* Chief Economist at Business Week * Forthcoming book: Overcoming the growth Crisis: The Case for Exuberance (HarperCollins Business, 2004)

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