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U.S. | 11 Feb 2020 Weather Boost to January Payrolls won't Fully Reverse in February
A reader pointed out Friday that the standard measurement of the impact of the weather on January payrolls--the number of people unable to work due to the weather, less the long-term average--likely overstated the boost from the extremely mild temperatures.

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11 Feb 2020 Weather Boost to January Payrolls won't Fully Reverse in February

By Ian Shepherdson

A reader pointed out Friday that the standard measurement of the impact of the weather on January payrolls--the number of people unable to work due to the weather, less the long-term average--likely overstated the boost from the extremely mild temperatures.

Posted: 11th Feb 2020 in 'U.S.'

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