In economic news:

From January 2015 through December 2017, there were 3 million workers displaced from jobs they had held for at least 3 years, according to new Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers. In January 2018, 66 percent of these long-tenured displaced workers were reemployed, about the same as in January 2016. Fourteen percent of displaced workers in January 2018 were unemployed (that is, actively seeking work), and 19 percent were not in the labor force. The reemployment rate in January 2018 was highest for workers displaced from jobs in health care and social assistance.

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