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6 November 2017 Payrolls Restored, Expect a Dramatic Labor Market Tightening Next Year

By Ian Shepherdson

The 351K net increase in payrolls reported Friday--a 261K October gain and a 90K total revision to August and September--puts the labor market back on track after the hurricanes temporarily hit the data.

Posted: 5th Nov 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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