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Secular Trends in Employment: Goods Producing Versus Services Providing

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The latest monthly employment report showed a gain of 145K nonfarm payrolls, which consists of a gain of 146K service-providing jobs and a loss of 1K goods-producing jobs.

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Secular Trends in Employment: Goods Producing Versus Services Providing

The latest monthly employment report showed a gain of 145K nonfarm payrolls, which consists of a gain of 146K service-providing jobs and a loss of 1K goods-producing jobs.

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My original dshort.com website was launched in February 2005 using a domain name based on my real name, Doug Short. I'm a first wave boomer with a Ph.D. in English from Duke and a lifelong interest in economics and finance. In 2011 my website was acquired by Advisor Perspectives.

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