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Wednesday, February 9, 2011 How to Put America Back to Work (3 comments)
A college graduate with "skin in the game" argues it's more urgent to end long-term unemployment and all underemployment [which she defines as "a negative output gap for an individual"] than to reduce overall unemployment. This would strengthen the economy, as well as individuals' financial and work situations, more quickly than only indirect macroeconomic stimulation.