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    Kevin Greiner, Research Fellow at the Florida International University Metropolitan Center, talks about his data analysis that shows jobs and wages lost during the Great Recession have not returned in many parts of the state and how that is driving economic insecurity this election cycle.

Kevin Greiner, Research Fellow at the Florida International University Metropolitan Center, talks about his data analysis that shows jobs and wages lost during the Great Recession have not returned in many parts of the state and how that is driving economic insecurity this election cycle. Jose A. Iglesias Miami Herald
Kevin Greiner, Research Fellow at the Florida International University Metropolitan Center, talks about his data analysis that shows jobs and wages lost during the Great Recession have not returned in many parts of the state and how that is driving economic insecurity this election cycle. Jose A. Iglesias Miami Herald

Recession still has Floridians reeling and anxious about election

October 17, 2016 8:14 AM