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5 trends in Orange County job scene: Fewer teachers, more construction workers

Joblessness rose to 4.2 percent in July from 3.8 the month before. But that was for a good reason: new job-seekers turned out by the thousands, either because they just graduated from high school or college, or because they were lured by an improved economy.
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