Consistent. Robust. Encouraging.
Such words have often been used to describe the United States’ recent job growth trends. After all, from July to November, 161,800 jobs were added to the national economy per month, on average.
Even Superstorm Sandy did not damper the nation’s steady rise in employment, as 161,000 new jobs were generated in November, just days after the storm struck the northeastern United States.
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