By Thomas R. Keene
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Over this fourteen-year period, services accounted for 54 percent of the cumulative increase in Indian GDP growth. 9 percent in 2004. Not only is China’s services sector a much smaller slice of that nation’s economy than is the case in India, but the growth dynamic of Chinese services has been especially weak. Over the most recent fourteen-year period, the expansion of China’s services economy accounted for just 32 percent of the cumulative increase in overall GDP—just over half this sector’s growth contribution in India.
In response, unit labor cost fell, implying that firms’ incentive to increase their total employment was 4 Labor Market Transformations strengthening. Indeed, with corporate profit margins near record highs by late 2003, the market signal to businesses was that profits could be increased by expanding operations and adding staff. S. productivity growth was accelerating, suggesting that firms were improving their efficiency more rapidly than previously. By now, it appears that productivity is growing at an annual rate of about 3 percent on trend, a rate that is about triple the pace considered typical from the mid-1970s through the mid-1990s.
S. consumption. For those reasons alone, low-quality job creation poses a serious risk to sustained economic recovery. America is not used to such a decidedly subpar employment experience: it has never before persisted for forty-two months into an economic recovery. A decade ago, the United States went through its fi rst so-called jobless recovery. After a painful and unusual wait of nineteen months, the hiring cycle turned sharply to the upside in late 1992 and then never looked back. The current experience is far more extreme on a variety of counts—overall hiring, the quality of jobs, and the ongoing compression of real wages.
Flying on One Engine: The Bloomberg Book of Master Market Economists by Thomas R. Keene