Diane Swonk in the news
Labor economist Diane Swonk tells The New York Times that technically the economy is recovering but it remains fragile.

Diane Swonk told The Wall Street Journal that the private sector is already raising wages.

Grant Thornton’s Chief Economist Diane Swonk explained to CNN’s Fredericka Whitfield how a larger stimulus plan will bring back more jobs, faster.

Minorities suffer more in terms of higher unemployment, Diane Swonk said to The Washington Post.

The U.S. economy has lost more than 10 million jobs to COVID, if you count the 200,000 per month it was generating precrisis. Diane Swonk talked to Tanya Rivero at CBS News.

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