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A Smaller Slice of the Pie: Why Technology Is No Longer Creating Jobs

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Tue, 19 Mar 2013

Can technology set off a new boom in job creation? The question is a fundamental one for the American economy given that policy makers in Washington often look to the technology sector to pick up the slack in the employment market. Meanwhile, the fortunes of Silicon Valley start-ups continue to be

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