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U.S. Economy Added 156,000 Jobs in September

hamilton-zanze October 12, 2016

Employers added 156,000 positions in September, the Labor Department reports, enough to accommodate new workers in the labor force and attract those who dropped out after the recession. The unemployment rate, which had been flat at 4.9% since June, increased slightly to 5.0%. The New York Times attributes this growth to more people drawn into the labor force and notes the current expansion shows little prospect of ending abruptly.

Read more at The New York Times

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