Once jobless and uncounted, eager workers could slow Fed rate hike

Once jobless and uncounted, eager workers could slow Fed rate hike
 

The crammed-to-capacity parking lot at a job training center in this St. Louis suburb is exhibit A for why the U.S. Federal Reserve remains at odds over the health of the U.S. labor market and how quickly interest rates should rise.
Among those in the building on a recent fall day, 23-year-old Joshua Goodson described his recent work history as a "dead end." Motivated by the prospect of a firm career foothold, he is now in a program at the Family and Workforce Centers of America that includes both a curriculum in heating and air conditioning installation, and the "soft"... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Business, Views: 48
Source: Reuters
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