As we know, the economy has a hard time gaining steam if its engines aren’t firing on all cylinders. And a key engine, naturally, is the labor market. Just this week, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said the recovery in the labor market has been exceptionally slow. But despite that, many are encouraged that the trend is headed in the right direction. Hampton Pearson takes a look at why there’s hope for an economic spring thaw.
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