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Ongoing economic struggles, increased by the Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes to battle inflation, are taking a toll. The Fed's latest projections suggest that unemployment will be 4.5% in 2023 and 4.6% both next year and the one after. Remembering that unemployment was 3.5% in March, that is a big jump.

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