Productivity up, but cut in worker hours largest since ’75

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Published in the Christian Science Monitor June 4, 2009 by Laurent Belsie

US productivity in the first quarter rose at an annual 1.8 percent rate in the first three months of 2009, substantially higher than the 1.1 percent quarter-to-quarter change originally reported. But that was still less than last year’s average, the Labor Department said Thursday.

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