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As U.S. jobs re-emerge, who's getting them? Add to ...

The U.S. lost eight million jobs in the Great Recession, and has thus far regained two million of them. But who's getting them? We'll focus on employment growth patterns by gender with Jon Willis, assistant vice-president and economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

The U.S. lost eight million jobs in the Great Recession, and has thus far regained two million of them. But who's getting them? We'll focus on employment growth patterns by gender with Jon Willis, assistant vice-president and economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

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