U.S. Economy Added 531,000 Jobs Last Month—But 7.4 Million Americans Are Still Unemployed
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U.S. Economy Added 531,000 Jobs Last Month—But 7.4 Million Americans Are Still Unemployed

Topline The U.S. added 531,000 jobs to its labor force in October, a more positive sign that the long-struggle labor market is finally recovering
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Job creation roars back in October as payrolls rise by 531,000

According to the Labor Department, October saw the U.S. job market rebound. Nonfarm payrolls increased more than expected, while the unemployment
Ex-NFL player Kenbrell Thompkins guilty of identify theft, COVID-19 relief fraud
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Ex-NFL player Kenbrell Thompkins guilty of identify theft, COVID-19 relief fraud

MIAMI -- An ex-NFL wide receiver and South Florida native pleaded guilty in stealing identities in order to fraudulently receive California
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America's unemployed are sending a message: They'll go back to work when they feel safe - and well compensated

The September employment report with 194,000 new jobs shows how slow the recovery has been. However, it also indicates something deeper: America's
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The September jobs number was a big miss, but Biden sees 'great progress' in rising wages, lower unemployment rate

U.S. President Joe Biden gives remarks about the economy and Labor Department's September Jobs Report in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building’s
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U.S. Labor Market Posts Worst Month This Year As 7.7 Million Americans Remain Unemployed

Topline According to Friday's Labor Department data, the United States added fewer than expected 194,000 jobs in September. This was a second
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'This is not 1973': Economist rules out 'stagflation' and persistent price pressures

After U.S. consumer prices soared in April, gas prices have risen. In Beverly Hills, California on June 2, 2021, a measure of underlying inflation
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New Unemployment Claims Unexpectedly Rise Again As Fed Cautions Job Market Recovery ‘May Take A Longer Time’

Topline Unexpectedly, new jobless claims rose for the second week in a row. This is yet another indication that the economy may be struggling more
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The government is setting hard-hit Americans up for disaster by forcing them to pay back unemployment benefits

Odirus Charles holds a sign reading, "I Am angry as hell Fix unemployment Now" as he protests against the government in Miami Beach,
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Ted Cruz told the millions of Americans who lost their unemployment benefits on Labor Day to 'um, get a job?'

Ted Cruz (Republican from Texas) asks a question at the confirmation hearing of Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, March 9, 2021. Tom