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One Response to “The Effect of Unemployment Duration on Future Earnings and Other Outcomes”

  1. rj chicago says:

    The other aspect I would like to see is the affect of recession on the salary structure of those hired during a recession vs. those where the economy is growing and the labor supply is limited. I know from experience that being a product of a deep recession in the early eighties my salary was never able to outperform my peer group who were hired several years later. I have generally lagged behind those who graduated and entered the work force after the deep recession at that time ended.

    Thoughts?