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January 1984

Recent labor market developments in the U.S. and nine other countries

Joyanna Moy

During 1983, unemployment declined in the United States and Canada, but continued up to postwar highs in Japan, Australia, and Western Europe; for the first time unemployment rates are available by sex.

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