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The unemployment rate dipped to 7.2 percent in September, but job growth missed expectations at 148,000. By our estimate, the Federal Reserve now needs 170,000 jobs per month to get 6.5% by mid-2015.

See more September jobs day data here.

http://goo.gl/CUAtlY
Home · Our Firm · Services · Communications · Advocacy · Insight · News · Contact. Menu. Home · Our Firm · Services · News · Contact. Search form. Search this site. Email Signup Follow Tumblr. September Jobs Day Fact Sheet. Printer-friendly · PDF. October 22, 2013. Download PDF [88kb] ...
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See our updated GDP Fact Sheet with September's revisions.

http://www.hamiltonplacestrategies.com/news/september-gdp-fact-sheet
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HPSInsight's Tucker Warren, Kate Bernard, and Patrick Sims take a long-run look at trends in consolidation, profitability, and airfares calling into question the DOJ's basis for trying to halt the US Airway - American Airlines merger.
By Tucker Warren, Kate Bernard, and Patrick Sims, 202-822-1205, twarren@hamiltonps.com, kbernard@hamiltonps.com, and psims@hamiltonps.com. In February, US Airways and American Airlines proposed the two companies merge into a single airline under the American Airlines brand.
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See the HPS Jobs Day Cheat Sheet for all your August numbers here.

http://goo.gl/ECBIsx
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See HPS new Cheat Deck, a 5-minute primer on the economics of college costs, student debt, and proposals to reform higher education
 
http://www.hamiltonplacestrategies.com/news/economics-college-costs
Today HPS is launching a new product, the policy “cheat deck.” Think of it as a cheat sheet in the form of a short PowerPoint deck. We are kicking off this product with a primer on the economics of college debt and policy proposals that address it, including the new White House proposal today.
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We are very excited to announce that Max Mallory has joined our firm
Washington, DC – Hamilton Place Strategies announced today the addition of Max Mallory as a Senior Associate. Primarily focusing on digital and new media strategy, Mallory will help clients develop and execute creative, high-impact solutions to amplify their message online and engage target ...
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Watch Tony Fratto on CNBC's Worldwide Exchange argue that when it comes to getting a debt ceiling done, the formula for past deals may not work this time. 

http://www.hamiltonplacestrategies.com/news/debt-ceiling-formula-getting-tougher
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Primer Deck: What's Changed Since Lehman

Get up-to-speed on the many changes in financial regulation since 2008
In the "too-big-to-fail" (TBTF) debate, we can argue about how much and what type of changes need to be made in financial regulation. However, on the five-year anniversary of Lehman's failure, the question of whether changes have occurred since then are not debatable.
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Check out our causal loop diagram detailing the impact of subsidies on tuition.

Read more here: 
http://www.hamiltonplacestrategies.com/news/economics-college-costs
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In September, +Matt McDonald prepared three reports analyzing America's current economic challenges, policy options and political solutions for the economy. Worth revisiting as the Super Committee deadline nears.
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HPS provides communications, analysis, and advocacy solutions at the intersection of business, government, and media.
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Our deep experiences in all of these fields allow us to serve clients who need to navigate the paths between Washington and the private sector.

HPS works with clients on a host of challenges, from crisis management and reputation building to issue analysis and policy strategy. Our support includes outside advisory, as well as deep dive transformational work to directly improve client capabilities.

Our collective prior experience includes decades of work at the highest levels of government, business, and the press—including work in Congress, the White House, the Office of Management and Budget, the Treasury, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Presidential campaigns, and management consulting.