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WHAT THE NUMBERS TELL US, AND WHAT MORE NEEDS TO BE SAID By Scott Hum

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That survey has rekindled the headshaking and the ‘What’s wrong in Chicago?’ questions that always accompany bad news. And there’s no denying the numbers are bad: the 12 major Chicago agencies from which we got employment numbers shed a net total of 451 positions between Jan. 1, 1992, and July 1, 1993.

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