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U.S. | 4 Oct 2019 Don't be Fooled by Good September Payrolls the Trend is Slowing Sharply
We look for a 150K increase in September payrolls, rather better than the August 130K headline number, which was flattered by a 28K increase in federal government jobs, likely due to hiring for the 2020 Census.

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4 Oct 2019 Don't be Fooled by Good September Payrolls the Trend is Slowing Sharply

By Ian Shepherdson

We look for a 150K increase in September payrolls, rather better than the August 130K headline number, which was flattered by a 28K increase in federal government jobs, likely due to hiring for the 2020 Census.

Posted: 4th Oct 2019 in 'U.S.'

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