Central banks should monitor job-market churn as a stronger predictor of pay, prices and productivity than unemployment, say some economists From London to Washington to Sydney, policy makers are puzzling
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The U.S. population has grown significantly since 2000, from 281.4 million to just over 321 million, a 39.6 million increase, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. To determine