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» Can Twitter Predict Unemployment Rates?

A fascinating new study seems to think so. By monitoring online discussions on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, researchers believe they can track—in real time—what’s happening in the job market. See what clues they look for and how the data might be used going forward.

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