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Productivity problem

2 May 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

The 288,000 new positions in April make welcome reading. But since 2010, GDP has increased only slowly relative to employment. That means productivity growth has been weak, especially compared to the last recovery starting in 2002. That’s a problem if it persists.

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