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August 1983, Vol. 106, No. 8
Labor market contrasts:
United States and Europe
Janet L. Norwood
Commissioner of Labor Statistics
Employment outlook is more favorable for the U.S. than for Europe; demographic pressures are easing in the U.S. but intensifying abroad; Europe has a much larger group of long-term unemployed.
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