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U.S. Economy Added Only 103,000 Jobs In March

The American job market recorded its 90th consecutive month of net growth in March — but growth was much slower than analysts had expected.
Source: Katie Park

The U.S. economy marked its 90th consecutive month of job growth in March, but the U.S. added fewer jobs than had been expected, with

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