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The week ahead in economics: Jobs recovery, Davos and the Fed

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There's no doubt that the labor market recovery has been too weak. January's jobs report was poor, showing just 74,000 jobs created in December. But the longer view is even grimmer: There were 138 million workers on U.S. payrolls at the official start of the recession in December 2007, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' establishment survey. Six years later, that number is just 137...

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