The United States is out of step with the take it easy of the world's richest developed nations: Its wealth is growing faster than theirs other than create far fewer jobs.
The motivation is U.S. workers have become so fruitful that it's harder for anyone with no a job to get one.
Companies are manufacturing and profiting more than when the depression began, notwithstanding fewer workers. They're hiring again, save for not fast enough to substitute most of the 7.5 million jobs lost since the collapse began.
Exact in growth, the American economy has outperformed those of Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan — every Group of 7 developed nation not including Canada, according to The Associated Press' new Global Economy Tracker, a quarterly analysis of 22 countries in lieu of more than 80 percent of worldwide output.