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August 1983, Vol. 106, No. 8
Employment on the rise
in the first half of 1983
Economist, Division of Employment and Unemployment Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Economic activity picked up during the first half, with employment increasing and unemployment edging down; analysts turned to the issue of how strong and durable the expansion would be.
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