Six Years After the Great Recession, America’s Economy Has Regained All Jobs Lost
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According to the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), USA is finally back on its feet after the Great recession. For the first time in six years, the specialists say, the job market is back on track and the economy is slowly recovering.
The studies show that the labor market has given employment to over 210,000 people per month this year. Last year the number was 194,000. To top it all off, unemployment rates are also continuously going down in 2014. Auto sales are also on the rise, which is important channel for credit union lending.
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