RI job shortage may last through 2013, Bryant economist says

October 18th, 2010 | WPRI.com

While the number of jobs in Rhode Island remains at 1987 levels, the number of workers has grown by more than 11 percent since then, from 515,000 to 572,100, according to a report by WPRI.com. Bryant University economist Edinaldo Tebaldi is among the state's economic experts who see no recovery for several years.

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