The nation's long jobs drought continued in September, with unemployment staying at 9.1 percent as the economy added a better-than-expected 103,000 non-farm jobs, the Labor Department announced Friday.
Unemployment has remained persistent since declining from a high of 10.1 percent in October 2009. While there was improvement during 2010, it has flatlined this year.
"The rate has remained at around 9 percent for quite some time. The rate of job creation has been especially weak in this...Full Story