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Problems Persist, Despite Better Than Expected US Job Gainsi
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Mil Arcega
December 08, 2012 2:55 AM
Despite better than expected job growth in November, analysts say the US economy is far from healthy. U.S. companies added 146 thousand jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell two tenths of a percent to 7.7 - the lowest since December 2008. The better than expected job numbers, however, don't tell the whole story.

Problems Persist, Despite Better Than Expected US Job Gains

Published December 07, 2012

Despite better than expected job growth in November, analysts say the US economy is far from healthy. U.S. companies added 146 thousand jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell two tenths of a percent to 7.7 - the lowest since December 2008. The better than expected job numbers, however, don't tell the whole story.