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No Job Growth Until 2010

May 10, 2009

Here's a good article by NYT's Joshua Brustein,"White House Forecasts No Job Growth Until 2010." The prediction that we won't have any job growth until next year doesn't bode well for the pledge the stimulus would create/save 3.675 million jobs.

Here are the latest job growth numbers released May 8th.

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