Yes. So it is sort of a bummer that these go up in the recession if you are trying to measure what is happening to the NAIRU. But I always thought of the phrase “sectoral reallocation” as having to do with the theories of the business cycle in which cyclical downturns are caused by an unexpected decline in a given industry that causes resources to shift out of that industry and that it takes time for them to be absorbed into some other industry. From that point of view—if you are trying to measure that component as opposed to policy-induced, widespread declines in activity—I would think you would want not to take out the cyclical part. I am thinking about housing. We devoted a lot of resources to housing in 2005, much less now. Those resources thrown on the market, in fact, are the proximal cause of the initial downturn in employment growth. A lot of ancillary industries are related, so I would think that, if we didn’t take out the usual housing cyclical thing, which is really sharp in the early periods, you would see a bigger rise here.