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The economic recovery continues gaining traction slowly but steadily. First quarter GDP, the key measure of the economy, came in at a positive 3.2 percent - an indicator that we have arrived, at last, at a sustainable recovery. However, this recovery is subdued compared to previous recessions. Without a higher upswing in GDP, businesses will continue to add jobs slowly. The positive news of sustainable economic growth is tempered by the longer-than-normal time frame it will take to recoup job losses.
High unemployment and elevated levels of foreclosure and distressed homeowners continue to be two of the biggest factors in preventing a robust recovery. The government has turned its attention to matters to help bolster the economy including unemployment and financial reform. The latter is currently working its way through debate in Congress. The government’s attentive attitude toward these obstacles is seen as a positive sign by industry and economic experts.