Economic & Job Growth Forecast

2013 Jobs Forecast The Federal Reserve released job data stating the unemployment rate will remain elevated through late 2015. Unemployment and under-employment continue to weigh heavily on the US economy as 17,000 Americans filed new unemployment benefit applications this week. According to the Federal Reserve the US needs over 200,000 new jobs created each month to break even with newly minted graduates entering the work force. 151,000 new jobs were created in November 2012 with 4.5 million Americans unemployed. As such, it seems more than plausible that short sales will remain a part of the economic landscape at least for the time being. Associated Press released its survey of the nation’s top economists which anticipates 2013 GDP growth to be 2.1% below the 3.5% threshold of real economic growth able…
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