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Beating expectations, U.S. employers add 228,000 jobs; unemployment rate stays at 4.1%

Another month of strong job growth showed that the U.S. economy is lifting more workers left out of the recovery and heading into next year with solid momentum, even as there are lingering uncertainties about the outlook for wages and inflation. Employers added 228,000 net new jobs in November,...
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