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US Economy Adds Fewest Jobs in Nine Monthsi
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April 06, 2013 1:15 AM
U.S. unemployment fell in March to the lowest level in four years, down one tenth of one percent from the previous month, to 7.6 percent. But it's not because more Americans found work. The U.S. Labor Department's monthly jobs report shows that employers hired the fewest number of workers in nine months. Mil Arcega explains why.

US Economy Adds Fewest Jobs in Nine Months

Published April 05, 2013

U.S. unemployment fell in March to the lowest level in four years, down one tenth of one percent from the previous month, to 7.6 percent. But it's not because more Americans found work. The U.S. Labor Department's monthly jobs report shows that employers hired the fewest number of workers in nine months. Mil Arcega explains why.


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