Associated Press (04/06/12)
The U.S. economy added 120,000 jobs in March, marking the
smallest increase in five months, the government reported this
morning. The number of jobs created last month fell well below
expectations and failed to break the 200,000 level for the first
time since December. The unemployment rate dipped to 8.2%, but
mostly because more Americans stopped looking for work. Though
the economy has added 858,000 jobs since December—the best
four months of hiring in two years—the mixed report was a
disappointment after three months of solid job growth.
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