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• Tuesday, December 06th, 2011

Following the recession America’s economy has been recovering. And although 103, 000 jobs were added in September, people across the country are still struggling to find full time work.

It’s now suggested that the US job market is resembling Europe’s – with temporary positions available and very little permanent work.

America has always been known for its flexible labour market but has this now changed? The jobless rate was reported a few months ago as being stuck at 9.1% so what does this mean for the world’s biggest economy?

With employers becoming tighter and more cautious with expenditure it suggests the labour market will take some time before it recovers to how it used to be.


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