U.S. Economy Added 151,000 Jobs In August, Falling Short Of Expectations
Employers added fewer jobs than economists expected last month, cooling off from strong gains in July, according to today’s Labor Department report.
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The unemployment rate remains at 4.9 percent.
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Mike Regan of Bloomberg Gadfly about what’s behind today’s jobs report.
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