Goldman Economists See 4.1% Unemployment in U.S. by End of Year

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And what is the labor force participation rate doing? Unemployment numbers are for suckers.


I see it. I think the recovery is going to be wild. Tons of stimulus and pent up demand


I have to ask. As a layman why do I generally only see unemployment numbers being used to discuss the state of labor?


Not gonna happen


I wonder how underemployment and future job advancement potentials look like in various sectors. I imagine shipping, some manufacturing, and biotech production/research saw a surge last year, but can it continue growth? Is it sustainable?