Unemployment Rate, Jobs Report May Show Added Jobs, But Struggling Nation

The Labor Department's June jobs report--the most closely-watched economic number leading up to the presidential election--will be released on Friday and economists don't expect much summer sunshine in the nation's unemployment picture. Economists expect that employers added around 90,000 jobs in June, higher than the 69,000 jobs added in May, but lower than what is needed for a full economic recovery from the last recession that began with the mortgage meltdown in 2008. Private payroll...Full Story
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