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Why a jobless recovery? Manufacturing hints at why business activity has been slow to raise employment.(THE Z-AXIS): An article from: Modern Machine Shop

Why a jobless recovery? Manufacturing hints at why business activity has been slow to raise employment.(THE Z-AXIS): An article from: Modern Machine Shop

Why a jobless recovery? Manufacturing hints at why business activity has been slow to raise employment.(THE Z-AXIS): An article from: Modern Machine Shop

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Title: Why a jobless recovery? Manufacturing hints at why business activity has been slow to raise employment.(THE Z-AXIS)
Author: Peter C. Zelinski
Publication: Modern Machine Shop (Magazine/Journal)
Date: October 1, 2011
Publisher: Gardner Publications, Inc.
Volume: 84 Issue: 5 Page: 18(1)

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