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    Jobs Report: Wages Are Rising, and Fewer Americans Are Stuck in Part-time JobsInflation is still trimming nominal pay gains. But overall, American workers are doing better than they have in a long time.
  2. Trump Hypes Jobs Report Hour Before It’s ReleasedPresidents usually get briefed on the jobs numbers ahead of time. They’ve never before given markets advance warning that those numbers will be good.
  3. Unemployment Falls to Lowest Level Since 2000 — But Wage Growth Remains TepidThe new jobs report depicts a resolutely good economy — but still not a great one.
  4. The American Economy Isn’t ‘Great Again’ — But It’s Still SolidTrump’s policies haven’t supercharged the good economy he inherited — but they haven’t slowed it down (yet).
  5. The Economy Added 228,000 Jobs in November As Unemployment Held SteadyIt’s another sign of a robust, growing economy.
  6. Trump’s Talent for Remaining Unpopular Amid Economic Growth Is Truly ImpressiveLast month, the unemployment rate hit a 16-year low — and the president’s approval rating fell to 39 percent.
  7. May Jobs Report Disappoints Despite 16-Year Unemployment LowThe 138,000 jobs added to the economy were well below expectations.
  8. Unemployment Hits 4.4 Percent, Lower Than It’s Been in a DecadeDespite the big bump in hiring, wages remained stagnant.
  9. Spicer’s Giddy Jobs Tweets May Have Broken a Federal RuleExecutive-branch employees are supposed to keep quiet on jobs numbers for an hour after their release.
  10. Is It Trump’s Economy Yet?In January, 227,000 jobs were created. It is of more than passing political importance whether the 44th or 45th president gets credit or blame.
  11. Hourly Wages Up 10 Cents in December As U.S. Adds 156,000 JobsThe final jobs report of the Obama era is somewhat mixed.
  12. The Economy Added 255,000 Jobs in July — Way More Than ExpectedEconomists projected 180,000.
  13. Good News on a Bad Day: Jobs Rebound in JuneAfter a jitter-inducing slump in net new jobs in May, June showed what may be a corrective, with the best gains since last autumn.
  14. Should You Be Worried About April’s Disappointing Jobs Report?Hiring is down, jobless claims are up, and Donald Trump is the GOP nominee. Should you check the price of one-way tickets to Toronto?
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    Steady Hiring Continues As Economy Added 215,000 Jobs in MarchThe unemployment rate rose a tick to 5 percent.
  16. The Labor Force Keeps Shrinking and ShrinkingUnemployment rate hits seven-year low, but the number of people who have given up hope of finding a job keeps climbing.
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    280,000 Jobs Added in MayPeople are thinking about reentering the labor force, and summer-season employment is making up for winter’s losses.
  18. it's the economy stupid
    Is America Finally Getting a Pay Raise?We’re not there yet, but the most recent jobs report — and headlines — seem to point that way.
  19. Recovering Economy Keeps on Doing Its Thing, Adds 295,000 JobsThe latest from the February jobs report. 
  20. The Best Jobs Report of the RecoveryLooking good, American workers and businesses! 
  21. The News About Jobs Remains Relentlessly GoodEconomic reports are coming in bland, bland, bland, but that’s just fine. 
  22. The Euphoric Reaction to June’s Jobs ReportPeople are excited about JOBS!
  23. jobs day
    Final Jobs Report of 2012 Comes With No SurprisesThe economy added 155,000 jobs, and unemployment is at 7.8 percent.
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    Jobs Report: Time to Call It a ComebackThe economy added 171,000 new jobs and proved that it’s on the mend.
  25. uh-oh
    On Second Thought, Wall Street Not Very Excited About the Jobs ReportDarn.
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