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Talk of Recession's End Doesn't Mean Life Will Soon Improve for Some

From: NPR Economic Training Project
Length: 03:45

Analysts say recession is coming to an end, while warning that unemployment will be an issue for months to come.

Default-piece-image-0 However, some job placement specialits say they're seeing more openings and are hopeful things will turn around sooner than expected.

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However, some job placement specialits say they're seeing more openings and are hopeful things will turn around sooner than expected.

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INTRO:

We could be seeing signs of recovery from the country’s longest recession since World War Two. The stock market is up and the number of first time unemployment filings is down. WUWM’s LaToya Dennis reports that despite the good news, this recovery is expected to be slow moving.

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