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December, 2000, Vol. 123, No. 12
Job growth in the 1990s: a retrospectJulie Hatch and Angela Clinton
The long economic expansion fueled job growth during the period, while new technology had mixed effects; the employment divide between the goods- and service-producing sectors of the economy continued to widen
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