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U.S. | 8 June 2020 Payrolls Set to Rise Again in June, but Don't Expect a Quick Full Recovery
The single most surprising U.S. economic report ever published likely is explained very simply: We know a great deal about the numbers of people losing jobs, but not much about people finding jobs.

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8 June 2020 Payrolls Set to Rise Again in June, but Don't Expect a Quick Full Recovery

By Ian Shepherdson

The single most surprising U.S. economic report ever published likely is explained very simply: We know a great deal about the numbers of people losing jobs, but not much about people finding jobs.

Posted: 8th Jun 2020 in 'U.S.'

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