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Employee timecard data can hint at what’s happening in the labor market in real time, but drawing conclusions takes nuance.
When we tell you about economic news, we’re always saying things like "numbers were higher (or lower) than expected." How much, then, should we consider economists’ expectations?
More than ever, economists are turning to alternative forms of data to help them understand the economy in real time.