By Jeanna Smialek and Joshua Zumbrun, Bloomberg |
June 6, 2013
Payroll gains averaging 80,000 a month will be enough to keep the U.S. jobless rate steady over the next couple of years as aging baby boomers retire and population growth slows, according to research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
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