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Several recent reports have given a lot of reason to feel optimistic about the economy. But it's still too soon to start celebrating.
With 11 million Americans still unemployed, the job market is far from fully healed, but we're happy to celebrate along with our readers who recently found new jobs.
Economy set to add most jobs since 2005, unemployment at a five year low and three other facts you need to know about the November jobs report.
The health care sector has added jobs for 124 straight months. But it's only growing by an average of 19,000 per month this year, versus 27,000 last year.
The unemployment rate is at its lowest level in five years and more jobs were added to the economy than expected last month.
Fast food workers across the country walked off the job Thursday. But unions and other organizations compensated them for lost wages.
As the end of the year approaches, Congress has left everyone guessing as to where things stand with the budget and other very relevant measures that have a direct bearing on Americans' wallets.
New York's incoming mayor wants to expand a law that gives some low-wage workers pay when they call in sick.
President Obama's newest priority is making sure Congress extends federal unemployment insurance benefits another year.
The economy rose at a 3.6% annualized clip in the third quarter. But that number may be misleadingly high since it was driven mostly by businesses stockpiling inventories.
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