Chris Isidore

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November's payroll statistics  have been revised  to show a net gain of 4000 jobs. But December saw 85,000 more Americans become unemployed.

A Glimmer of Hope Despite a Disappointing December Job Report

November's payroll statistics have been revised to show a net gain of 4000 jobs. But December saw 85,000 more Americans become unemployed.

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