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88 Percent Of Jobs Since The Recession’s End Have Gone To Men

By Pat Garofalo on April 3, 2012 at 5:35 pm

"88 Percent Of Jobs Since The Recession’s End Have Gone To Men"

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According to data from Bloomberg News, 88 percent of the non-farm jobs created since the end of the Great Recession have gone to men. This rebound from the so-called “mancession” has helped equalize the unemployment rate between men and women, as the rate for women has essentially stagnated over the past three years, falling just 0.1 percent.

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