Job Growth Stalls as Labor Participation at 38-Year Low
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Job growth slowed in June and Americans left the labor force in droves, according to a government report that could tamper expectations for a September rate hike from the Fed. The unemployment rate dropped to 5.3%, mostly because many people out of work gave up on their job searches and were no longer counted as unemployed. [Full Story]
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