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The Regional Economist
Is involuntary part-time employment different after the great recession?
Maria E. Canon
Marianna Kudlyak
Marisa Reed
Abstract

The unemployment rate has been declining significantly since the Great Recession ended; however, the ranks of those involuntarily working part time have been declining at a slower pace. How does this situation compare with what happened after previous recessions?


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Maria E. Canon & Marianna Kudlyak & Marisa Reed, "Is involuntary part-time employment different after the great recession?" , Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, The Regional Economist, number 2, July 2014.
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