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Central banks: a sausage based conundrum

``So: there are a lot more people available in the labour market than is suggested by the BLS.  So then the question is this: Why aren't businesses hiring them? Why do employment surveys consistently quote employers ticking the box that says ‘hard to find workers'?''
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