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US Job Growth Slows, Jobless Rate Dips

  VOA News The U.S. says the growth of its labor market slowed markedly last month, even as its unemployment rate edged lower to 7.6 percent. U.S. employers had been adding about 200,000 jobs a month since late last year. But the government's Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday that payrolls only increased by 88,000 new jobs in March, the fewest in nine months. Last month's hiring was down sharply from the robust figure of 268,000 new jobs in February, and a signal that the U.S. recovery from its deep recession five years ago remains uneven. The Bureau of Labor…
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