On Friday, the government will release the September jobs report, and some economists are bracing for the worst: a decrease in overall private employment and an
On Friday, the government will release the September jobs report, and some economists are bracing for the worst: a decrease in overall private employment and an increase in the unemployment rate, more evidence of a persistent stall-out in the recovery.
More job cuts, and more planned job cuts. That demonstrates that employers remain loath to add on workers, given the economy-wide lack of demand. And it means the unemployment rate will remain high.
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