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PBS NEWSHOUR

Slow Growth Is Biggest Economic Challenge for New President

  • Aired: 11/02/2012
  • 11:39
  • Rating: E
U.S. employers across various sectors are hiring, signaling slow but steady growth. Still, the unemployment rate rose in October and many Americans continue to leave the labor force completely. Jeffrey Brown talks to two economists, John Taylor and Austan Goolsbee, about what economic challenges the next president will face.
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