Jobs Lost and Gained During the Recession

Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's, projects that once the employment rolls begin to grow again, in the second half of next year, nearly half the hiring will come from public schools, hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient care centers and physicians’ offices. That increase is needed to care for aging baby boomers and a bulge in the population of young people. 

This article in the New York TImes provides a great graphic on jobs lost and gained during the recession.

 Click here to view graphic: Jobs Lost and Gained During the Recession.


Ira S Wolfe