The Wages of a Phony Recovery

It is imperative that we focus on innovative and creative economic policies.

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By SHARE

It is imperative that we focus on innovative and creative policies, otherwise the five-year crisis in employment will continue even when the economy seems to be recovering. Without such a focus, millions of American families whose breadwinners are unemployed or underemployed will remain frightened and pessimistic, especially the young who are entering the workforce. Helping tomorrow's workforce must be another top economic priority. We need a recovery that is real and not phony. 

  • Read the U.S. News Debate: Has the Short-term Deficit Been Reduced Enough?
  • Read Chad Stone: Smart Budget Choices Can Boost Recovery, Reduce Debt and Deficit
  • Read Pat Garofalo: Bank of America's HAMP Foreclosure Problem Is Holding Back the Economy