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Monday, February 10, 2014

There are still 4 million fewer full-time jobs in America than before the Great Recession -- By James Pethokoukis, AEI

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Here is a stat, reflected in the above chart, to think about: Before the Great Recession, there were 122 million full-time jobs in America. Now 4 1/2 years after its end, there are still just 118 million full-time jobs in America despite a labor force that is 1.6 million larger and a nonjailed, nonmilitary adult working-age population that is 14 million larger.

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