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U.S. | 4 February 2019 Behind the Wild, Unsustainable Jobs Numbers, Wage Gains are Rising
Where to start with the January employment report, where all the key numbers were off-kilter in one way or another?

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4 February 2019 Behind the Wild, Unsustainable Jobs Numbers, Wage Gains are Rising

By Ian Shepherdson

Where to start with the January employment report, where all the key numbers were off-kilter in one way or another?

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

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