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September Jobs Growth Slower Than Expected

September Jobs Growth Slower Than Expected

Update: 2021-10-08
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P.M. Edition for Oct. 8. The U.S. jobs report for September is leaving economists with more questions than answers, after employers added just 194,000 jobs to the economy, far fewer than expected. That's the smallest gain since the end of last year. So what does the latest report mean for the nation's economic recovery? WSJ economics reporter Josh Mitchell joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss.

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September Jobs Growth Slower Than Expected

September Jobs Growth Slower Than Expected

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