“Using GDP growth alone is a very weak and misleading indicator of true economic vitality. The only measures that really matter are, initially, the months before net job growth reemerges and, ultimately, total employment itself. … It is imperative that the Executive and the Congress focus their full attention on unemployment and on charting a clear path to finding those millions of missing jobs.”
–Leo Hindery, MBA ’71, writing in the Huffington Post, suggests seven steps to recover jobs in the United States. Hindery is chairman of the U.S. Economy/Smart Globalization Initiative at the New America Foundation.
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