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U.S. | 5 Sept 2019 Payroll Growth is Still Good Enough, Just, but Slower Gains Ahead
Labor demand, as measured by an array of business surveys, clearly slowed from the cycle peak, recorded late last year.

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5 Sept 2019 Payroll Growth is Still Good Enough, Just, but Slower Gains Ahead

By Ian Shepherdson

Labor demand, as measured by an array of business surveys, clearly slowed from the cycle peak, recorded late last year.

Posted: 5th Sep 2019 in 'U.S.'

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