Articles by Keith Hall
The private sector is the only entity that can lead the U.S. out of its jobs rut.
Only job gains from stronger economic growth can solve the problem of poverty.
The president isn't powerful enough to improve the economy, but the next man we elect to the White House better do everything in his power to try.
The payroll survey and the household survey that make up the monthly jobs report give inconsistent views of the labor market.
The impact of the recession and its slow recovery will be felt for years to come.
The economy has added jobs for the past 28 months, but not enough to address long-term unemployment.
The stalled labor market reminds us how little progress we’ve made.