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By Daniel Bush
The numbers in April's jobs report paint a positive economic picture overall, though economists said there were reasons to worry as the job market continues to tighten.
By Paul Solman
While much of the U.S. economy is on the rebound, New Mexico remains in the dumps since the recession hit a decade ago. Part of the problem may be a statewide brain drain: educated young people taking their careers --…
We asked three experts about the latest jobs numbers, what they say about the economy's performance last year and what's ahead for 2018.
The economy added 156,000 jobs in August, and the unemployment rate remained largely unchanged at 4.4 percent.
By Benn Steil, Emma Smith
We're nearing the threshold used to estimate how low unemployment can get before inflation rises. Will the Fed raise interest rates?…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, the unemployment rate in November hit a nine-year low, dropping to 4.6 percent, as 178,000 new jobs were added and many people stopped looking for work. Also, House lawmakers overwhelmingly backed a nearly $619 billion…
In our news wrap Friday, August job growth was lower than expected, with 151,000 new positions created. As a result, the nation's unemployment rate remained at 4.9 percent for the third consecutive month. Also, the government of Uzbekistan confirmed that…
By Kristen Doerer
The U.S. economy added 255,000 jobs in July, building on the 292,000 jobs created in June, and the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9 percent.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
President Barack laid out what's needed to support the U.S. economy after a federal government report revealed weak job gains.
The U.S. economy added 292,000 jobs in December, and unemployment remained unchanged at 5.0 percent. December’s jobs report was nothing short of stellar.
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