Jobs Numbers Fall Short Of Predictions
by: Scott Horsley, NPR, April 6, 2012 2:04:00 pm
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Most experts were predicting job growth in excess of 200,000 for March, but the numbers came up short. Only 120,000 new non-farm jobs were counted. Even though the overall jobless rate declined by another tenth of a point, the White House was on the defensive.
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