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On The Horizon For The Economy, Five Reasons To Smile

Monday, May 27, 2013 - 6:18 AM
Higher deposit rates are still a long way off. The faster the economy improves, the sooner we'll see higher rates. We haven't seen many signs of economic growth, but there are some indications that things are improving. This New York Times article reviews "five indicators that the future is starting to brighten."
Ken TuminKen Tumin5,472 posts since
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1. Monday, May 27, 2013 - 7:46 AM
“On average, these additional high school graduates — not to mention college degree recipients — will find better jobs and enjoy better health, long-lasting benefits that will be reaped for many decades.”

Oh really?

“Millions of college graduates who saw a degree as their ticket to a good-paying career and a secure life are working in jobs that do not require their education or even a high school diploma, sometimes leaving them with small wages to pay thousands in student loan debt, according to a new study.”

For millions of college graduates, degrees aren't paying off - The Denver Post

The New York Times often publishes what its editorial board wishes would occur, not what is reality.
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