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Alexander Keyssar

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While parts of the U.S. economy have recovered from the recession, American jobs haven’t returned with them. Unemployment remains above 9 percent nationally for the third straight year. Harvard experts offer insights into what such static joblessness means for the nation, and what policymakers and others can do to fix a balky system.

Jobs wanted

Harvard analysts suggest Rx for America’s unemployment doldrums