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BREAKING: The September Jobs Report is Out. How Did the U.S. Do?

The September jobs report is in, and the economy added 150,000 jobs in September, which is below the 167,000 from August. As a result, unemployment has ticker up from 4.9 to 5 percent. The Wall Street Journal has more: Employment outside of farms grew by a seasonally adjusted 156,000 jobs in September, the smallest gain since May, the Labor Department said Friday. The unemployment rate, | Read More » The post BREAKING: The September Jobs Report is Out.
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