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Rolling on

2 October 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

Knee-jerk reports of the labor market’s sudden ill health are exaggerated. Sure, many fewer jobs than expected – 142,000 – were created last month as workforce participation fell. But underemployment, long-term joblessness and other metrics are still showing steady improvement.

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