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November 1995, Vol. 118, No. 11
The U.S. economy to 2005
Norman C. Saunders
Economist, Office of Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics
BLS projects a wide range for gross domestic product, accompanied by several key shifts in the composition of its demand components. This article examines a range of production possibilities and their implications for employment over the next 11 years, based on different assumptions regarding those factors most subject to uncertainty in future periods.
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How accurate are recent BLS occupational projections? October 1991.
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