Boost for U.S. exports might not lead to hiring, experts warn

03/24/2010 | Washington Post, The

The U.S. government's initiative to double exports during the next five years might boost the sector, but it will not necessarily create jobs, executives and economists said. Employers have ways to increase production without adding workers, they said, including increasing workers' productivity, expanding hours of part-time employees and fully using facilities.

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