U.S. job creation looks better than it really is
The average of 202,000 new positions a month in 2013 is the best first half since 2005. But the jobless rate is stuck as more Americans gradually look for work. While the Fed has to start reversing its easy policy sometime, employment is far from strong enough to force its hand.
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