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Women Lead US Economic Recoveryi
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Jim Randle
July 31, 2014 9:52 PM
The U.S. unemployment situation is improving gradually but unevenly, with women, especially, recovering the jobs they lost in the recession and adding more. Hispanic Americans were hit harder by the downturn and are recovering more slowly. VOA’s Jim Randle spoke with employment analysts to find out why.

Women Lead US Economic Recovery

Published July 31, 2014

The U.S. unemployment situation is improving gradually but unevenly, with women, especially, recovering the jobs they lost in the recession and adding more. Hispanic Americans were hit harder by the downturn and are recovering more slowly. VOA’s Jim Randle spoke with employment analysts to find out why.


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