Recessions are typically bad for travel and weak corporate profitability is normally bad for business travel. But these times of unleashed demand are anomalous for transportation, hospitality and corporate collaboration. Should travel professionals be concerned about a broader recession? It's hard to say, but maybe not so much. Ben Casselman writes that, generally speaking, as the Federal Reserve tries to rein in inflation without causing a recession, slower job creation and wage growth could be a plus.

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