The U.S. said that its labor market added another 175,000 jobs last month, but its jobless rate edged higher to 7.6 percent as more Americans looked for work.
The job growth exceeded the expectation of most analysts. But economist Mark Vitner at the Wells Fargo bank told VOA that many of the new jobs are in low-paying occupations, somewhat negating the favorable news.
“When you dig within the number you see that a very large proportion, nearly 60 percent of the jobs that were added, …
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