If you thought the U.S. had recovered all the jobs lost during the recession, think again.
In June 2014, the American economy reached a momentous milestone—it recovered all 8 million or so jobs it had lost in the Great Recession.
But a new study out Monday from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce says that that celebration was premature. The economy is still missing 6.4 million jobs.
Read the entire Fortune article here.