. @Xander1 @PeteinSD As you see, I referred only to the next few quarters. Secular trends are important on a longer term basis, but they show up in the data too as it arrives. I'll let Pete speak for himself though...since he referred more broadly to "the future." ;) Thanks for sharing the stats. Always good to be aware of multiple time frames. I would refer you to Andrew #Yang however, because your baseline employment assumptions may be turned upside down by automation. We may have more workers than we know what to do with not too long from now. How do you plot that? ;)
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