Friday, January 7, 2011

Economists: Slow job growth will continue ahead

Top economists predict slow job growth.
According to experts, the U.S. economy is slowly adding jobs but barely enough to keep up with the growth of the work force.

This weakness emphasizes the struggle taking place as the nation undergoes the process of returning to normal employment. Reportedly, the economy added 130,000 jobs in December, but this figure fell short of what most economists were hoping for. Though 1.1 million jobs were added in 2010, the nation still has 7.2 million fewer than in December 2007.

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