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PBS NewsHour | Weakest Employment Report in a Year Shows Job Growth Slowing to a Standstill | PBS

Duration: 06:43
Program: PBS NewsHour #10146
Broadcast Date: Sep. 2, 2011

The unemployment numbers released Friday by the Labor Department constitute the weakest report in a year with no net jobs added in August and that national unemployment rate stuck at 9.1 percent. Ray Suarez discusses what the dismal report means for U.S. economic recovery with Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics.

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Post Date: September 2, 2011