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U.S. | 11 March 2019 Labor Demand Slowing, but February Payrolls Overstate the Downshift
The 20K increase in February payrolls is not remotely indicative of the underlying trend, and we see no reason to expect similar numbers over the next few months.

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11 March 2019 Labor Demand Slowing, but February Payrolls Overstate the Downshift

By Ian Shepherdson

The 20K increase in February payrolls is not remotely indicative of the underlying trend, and we see no reason to expect similar numbers over the next few months.

Posted: 11th Mar 2019 in 'U.S.'

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