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New Jobs Aren't Where the Workers Are

A new report by London-based Capital Economics says that supply problems -- the workers who need jobs are in the wrong states, and the wrong fields -- could be responsible for nearly a third of America's unemployment rate.

Some sectors of the economy are growing strongly -- including health and education -- but they can't find enough workers, in part because wages have historically been too low to attract new talent. While that mismatch may help teachers and nurses negotiate better pay packages, it won't help bring down unemployment rates among builders and machinists.

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