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In 1929 the US had an unemployment rate of approximately 3.2%, or 1.6 million people unemployed, yet most economists suggest we were at full employment. What do economists mean by "full employment"?

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Full employment is an economic situation in which the most productive use is made of all available labor capital. Full employment&...

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