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The biggest problem that I see is getting consumer confidence going again. Until folks really start buying again, things are going to remain slow. Employers have cut staff way back and found that they can operate well enough at these staffing levels, so the incentive to rehire is simply not there yet.
Are they the same data? The Organizing for America graph plots "Job Loss" data. The second chart plots "Cumulative Job Loss/Gain" data. Of course they look different.
Yet both are positive. The Job Loss data shows the trend has reversed. The Cumulative Job Loss/Gain data shows the trend has hit bottom. As Obama stated when he signed the Recovery Act, new job gains will lag. The first step is to stop the trend of job losses. Both graphs show the stimulus has been successful at that.
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