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Labor: Do the Jobless Lack the Skills?

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Tue, 11 Feb 2014

The answer to the title question is: No, probably not. It is, of course, very popular to explain the nation’s stubbornly high unemployment in terms of a mismatch between the skills the economy needs and those that exist in the workforce. People of all political stripes—in Washington, in business, a

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