U.S. Airline Employment Rises Again, But Still Falls Far Short Of 2007

U.S. scheduled service airlines employed 1.9% more workers in June 2011 than in June 2010, marking the seventh consecutive month in which the number has increased and the third straight in which the increase has been about 2%. But the airlines still are employing nearly 7% fewer people than they did...

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