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Does three months of lower unemployment rates mean the economy is improving?

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“Lower unemployment doesn’t necessarily mean the economy is improving. … Consumers control the economy. If they spend more, it will improve.”

“I think it’s difficult to know based on one quarter. I think employers are taking a wait-and-see approach to expanding.”

“No, because it’s just figures they manipulate for their own purposes.”

“It could be, but it’s hard to say. Unemployment decreasing is good, but it depends on if people will spend the money to bring the economy back up.”


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