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    zero net jobs

    "In the US, the last ten years represents the only decade since the Great Depression when there have been zero net jobs added to the economy"
    what does zero net jobs mean?
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    Re: zero net jobs

    'no jobs at all'.

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    Re: zero net jobs

    No more jobs have been created than have been lost.

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    Re: zero net jobs

    Some jobs were created and some jobs were destroyed. They balanced out, so there was no overall increase in the number of employed people.

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